woolie


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woolie

(ˈwʊlɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a US variant spelling of woolly6
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The judge could not divide Woolie No Shoes and Barefoot Arthur first time around, but yesterday's noon shootout saw Woolie No Shoes come out on top by half a length in 29.49sec.
19 November 2009 - Oslo-listed holding company Northern Offshore Ltd (OSL: NOF) said today that the company's president and CEO, Marion Woolie, has resigned with immediate effect.
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In the second semi-final Darren Ellard's Woolie No Shoes displayed his usual early pace to lead up from Dodging Bullets and Crown Champ.
Woolies was basic: famous for its pic'n'mix sweets and selling other 'bits and bobs' — crockery and kitchenware, a limited range of clothes, toys, haberdashery, tacky stationary and some food.
Middle class and low income group have rushed to the Landa Bazaar as the winter has set, aiming to get warm clothes on low prices, but the high prices of woolies at Landa Bazaar and Sasta Bazaar have made them worried that these bazaars are also getting out of their reach.
SUKKUR -- With the advent of winter, a large number of citizens are witnessed crowding Lunda Bazaars to purchase woolies and warm second-hand clothes.
The wonder of Woolies had seen more than 1,100 of the familiar redfronted stores open in just short of a century in, it seemed, just about every city and town in the land.
The top-seeded Woolies made sure of that during Thursday's Central Mass.
All four applied to Thursday's showdown between neighboring rivals Grafton and Millbury at Richard Egsegian Memorial Athletic Field, where a hearty crowd braved the season's first snow and morning cold to watch a classic unfold as the Woolies won, 26-24.
WOOLWORTHS - or Woolies as it was affectionately known - was a popular store which had more than 800 outlets at its peak.
And it is staggeringly unjust to discover that thousands of loyal Woolies workers will now lose out on their share of pounds 67.8million in compensation they are due under a government scheme.