shaggy

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shaggy

(in textiles) having a nap of long rough strands
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By and large, a theory of the value of speech and of free speech should, I think, avoid barbering itself simply because we worry others are unreasonably scissor-happy, especially if the point of the theory is to illuminate and educate about when trims are apt and when growth, even to the point of shagginess, has more to recommend it.
Rag", which may have links to Scandinavian terms means shagginess or a strip of fur and was once a word for the tongue.
Considering the shagginess of the rocks, the absence of a lion here could be related to the process of converting a drawing to a cartoon to a woven tapestry, in which ambiguous elements arc sometimes rendered vague or lost.