Persian lamb


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Persian lamb

1. a black loosely curled fur obtained from the skin of the karakul lamb
2. a karakul lamb
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* SPICE SENSATION: Persian Lamb 'pizzas' created by chef Stephen Jackson
Reporters dubbed her "The Persian Lamb." Much of her skill set was amply displayed in the September 1966 issue of Playboy magazine.
Last week, there was a Persian lamb coat with mink cuffs on the rack with a price tag of $100.
Diners use flatbread like a spoon to scoop up dishes such as sabzi (feta cheese with fresh herbs), chicken Murglia with saffron and garam masala, and Persian lamb khoresh with celery and mint.
Persian lamb ensemble from Chado Ralph Rucci has long front-button shirt jacket over slim pants, Accessorized with large Persian lamb Sac bag,
For that final touch, add a pair of fluffy earmuffs - Roxtons' Persian lamb ear muffs, pounds 36, or Gap's version, pounds 14.
She even had a luxurious Persian lamb coat she'd bought at a thrift store.
Pillows are made in denim, canvas and faux suede, Persian lamb and other textures, and feature such trims as two-tone flange, beading, tassels, fabric-covered buttons and ties.
Like Tod, the photogenic Angelo was a sharp dresser, "except his head of Persian lamb's wool had never known a straightener" (Invisible 366).
"My pride and joy though, is a black Persian lamb jacket which my mum found tucked away in the back of her wardrobe.
Karakul sheep, also known as Persian lamb, have a close, curly fur.
Scholl's wooden sandals and bad posture; the Frosty Christina look, which included a wool jumpsuit, largely plain, but with oversized bellbottoms and lined with Persian lamb. He has written and recited poems to introduce his collections ("Frosty Christina/After all these years/Frosty Christina/Sheds no tears").