A sheepskin with the wool still on it.
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a sheepskin with wool still attached
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a sheepskin with the wool still attached.
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My mother did not talk much about her former life, and although there were a few relics tucked into boxes -- a leopardskin cape from India, a woolskin one from Russia -- they might just as well have been bought in an antique shop, had it not been for the pictures which revealed how they once had fitted.