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The new study adds to evidence that sheepskin helped to prevent fraudsters from pulling the wool over English officials’ eyes.
Several 12th and 17th century documents describe sheepskin as useful in detecting changes to an original document, such as tampering with a property owner’s name.
They have a platform rubber sole and sheepskin leather exterior with a dyed shearling lining to keep you looking put-together on a snowy sidewalk.
On the sheepskin rug before the fire a Manx cat was dozing beside a pair of carpet slippers.
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The sheepskin is very short for me, and closely cropped, and looks like a worn-out mat!!
They generally wore turbans of lambswool, and jackets of sheepskin with the wool inwards.
He had taken care to remove from the box of clothing his sheepskin, his loose coat with a hood, and his waterproof overalls.
Which runs directly into the throat of said Pragmatic Sanction; and engages to make it, mere waste sheepskin, so to speak!
In appetite he is liberal and cosmopolitan, loving a dried sheepskin as well in proportion to its weight as a kettle of soap.
The batter was mixed in one large hole in the ground lined with fresh sheepskin.

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