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woof:

see weavingweaving,
the art of forming a fabric by interlacing at right angles two or more sets of yarn or other material. It is one of the most ancient fundamental arts, as indicated by archaeological evidence.
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woof

[wu̇f]
(engineering)

woof

1. the crosswise yarns that fill the warp yarns in weaving; weft
2. a woven fabric or its texture
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To accomplish the change was like a reflux of being, and this when the plasticity of youth was no longer his; when the fibre of him had become tough and knotty; when the warp and the woof of him had made of him an adamantine texture, harsh and unyielding; when the face of his spirit had become iron and all his instincts and axioms had crystallised into set rules, cautions, dislikes, and desires.
WEARSIDE doggy day camp and grooming parlour Woofs n Scruffs has secured a PS14,000 loan via the Finance for Business North East Microloan Fund.
Woofs and Wellies walking, from left, are Theresa Freeman and Paul Yates owners of Pet Pals, Jane O'Byrne from the Hospice, Amy Comerford from Copelands and Jeannette Smith and Claire O'Leary from Pet Pals 040913DOGWALK_02 DOUG MOODY
B: "Is that one woof for yes and two for no or were those two woofs a single woof repeated for emphasis?
Walton MP Steve Rotheram visited Woodlands Hospice to get a taste of what the Woofs and Wellies sponsored walk on September 16 will be like.
Playful woofs are high-pitched and unevenly paced; strangers and doorbells encourage lower, harsher warning barks; and being separated from Master brings on single, high-pitched woofing.
WE'VE had Yuppies, Tweenagers, Dinkys and Sinbads - now prepare to meet the Woofs.