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woolies

n. long underwear. It’s the time of the year for woolies!
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However, it's not all fun and games for the Irish lads, as in the ad mascots Wooly and Worth try to run them over with a train.
BLAST FROM THE PAST: Remember Wooly Willy magnetic drawing kits from back in the day?
In the just published Scattered Shadows: A Memoir of Blindness and Vision (Orbis), Griffin relates his encounters with a taxi driver named Wooly who "seemed delighted that I was blind.
Paleontologists (fossil unearthed a perfectly intact wooly mammoth, assembled the longest-necked dinosaur, and uncovered what may be the world's oldest tree.
Autumn in rural New York is enriched by encounters with banded wooly bear caterpillars crossing roads and paths in an endless and rapid march, their true size magnified by a heavy coat of hair and long, black shadows cast upon the pavement.
The Golf Club at Newcastle, located 20 minutes east of Seattle, now offers complimentary wireless access throughout its 44,000-square-foot clubhouse, including all meeting rooms, The Calcutta Grill, Wooly Toad Cigar Bar, and the driving range.
Perhaps foremost among these "exotic aliens," invasive species from other parts of the world, is the hemlock wooly adelgid.
2--Ran in Conejo Edition only) Wooly aphids rest on the hood of a vehicle Friday in Valencia.