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woolsey

(ˈwʊlzɪ)
adj
obsolete woolly
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Her grey hair is turned neatly back under a pure linen cap with a black band round it; her broad chest is covered with a buff neckerchief, and below this you see a sort of short bedgown made of blue-checkered linen, tied round the waist and descending to the hips, from whence there is a considerable length of linsey- woolsey petticoat.
Woolsey, military tailor, of Conduit Street, who came at the Major's order to measure the young gentleman for a suit of clothes.
Unlike most other states and the federal endangered-species laws, Massachusetts protects listed species on private property, regardless of whether a permit of some kind is being sought, Woolsey explained.
participants included former Energy Secretary James Schlesinger; former CIA Director James Woolsey; former Defense Secretary William Perry; Wall Street Journal columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady; the ever-present Robert Pastor whose 2002 Toward a North American Community served as a launching pad for the NAU; and Admiral Tim Keating, who leads the U.S.
The cellulosic process has been invented and is being refined, but it hasn't been commercialized, and that's what is preventing it from going into our tanks today, says former CIA Director James Woolsey, among switchgrass's biggest supporters.
Maxine Woolsey and Ken Sleeper of the University of Mississippi have accepted the responsibility of co-directors of the Mississippi Junior Academy of Science.
Meanwhile, Enders voices enthusiasm for the resolution introduced in late January, sponsored by Representative Lynn Woolsey and more than two dozen other members of the House of Representatives, "expressing the sense of Congress that the President should develop and implement a plan to begin the immediate withdrawal of United States Armed Forces from Iraq" (House Concurrent Resolution 35, http://www.woolsey.house.gov/newsarticle.asp?Reco rdID=401).
SANTA ROSA, CA -- Daniel Gary Woolsey was sentenced to nine months in jail for selling pirated copies of software from San Rafael-based Autodesk.
Just before the Iraqi election, Representative Lynn Woolsey introduced a resolution--with twenty-four Democratic co-sponsors--demanding the "immediate withdrawal" of troops, insisting that "Iraq is no closer to becoming a stable democracy than it was two years ago" and that this "losing effort" was not worth the life of another US soldier.
James Woolsey, the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, is leaning over a speakerphone at the front of a small, ornate ballroom in Washington's Mayflower Hotel.
Death's Other Kingdom by Gamel Woolsey Eland, pb, pp160, 9.99 [pounds sterling]
Roque Junior's frontman, Phil Woolsey, who is from Portadown, described how the Portuguese were suffering at the hands of bigots and felt he wanted to do something for them.