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woolies

n. long underwear. It’s the time of the year for woolies!
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The Woolies dashed to a 14-5 lead behind two hoops by Nadeau and two by Bruegger.
5 CO-OP: Five boarded-up Woolies in Sussex, Hampshire and Surrey have become Co-op grocery stores.
As well as stocking most of the old Woolies goods, Shop Direct are also adding products too big to sell in-store, such as garden furniture and swimming pools.
Matthew Hardcastle, who heads the online store, said stock was chosen based largely on feedback from many of the 1m customers and Woolies fans who have already contacted the group.
So hats off to the former employee in Dorset who bought her old Woolies and turned it into a Wellies.
This meant that instead of Adam Faith singing Someone Else's Baby you would find Johnny Worth singing the same hit on the Woolies single, never heard of him?
While Toys R Us is bigger and Argos is cheaper, Woolies was the only place you didn't need to get in a car and drive miles to, so you could spend pocket money.
The company also said it had been told by consultants that Woolies had the potential to build a sustainable business based on its small and medium-sized stores.
However, shares fell 10% as Woolies warned a contract supplying CDs and DVDs to Tesco may not be renewed when it runs out in February 2007.
Woolies put the business up for sale in March after deciding that the investment required to reposition MVC would be 'substantial'.
While the woolies have no reason to leave as long as their hemlock host is still alive, when pickings grow slim they're inclined to depart.
The Woolies defeated Tantasqua Regional, 50-33, on Thursday night for their seventh straight victory.
Woolies administrators have sold 180 leases, while landlords have signed deals on 100 others.
uk site launches with the recognisable Woolies red logo, offering more than 500,000 products across three main categories - toys, childrenswear, entertainment and party.