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shag

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1. a napped fabric, usually a rough wool
2. shredded coarse tobacco

shag

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another name for the green cormorant (Phalacrocorax aristotelis)
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Oriental Weavers bowed Catalina, its first patterned shag line.
Families don't need to settle for inferior products that fall apart shortly after purchase," said Kendall Harter, CEO for SHAGS.
Intriguing, touchable texture, however, is hardly exclusive to shags.
The Farne Islands are home to more than 80,000 pairs of breeding seabirds which include four internationally important species - Arctic terns, sandwich terns, roseate terns and shags.
Where else would you discover that young shags are "the ones with hardly any fluff on them"?
Shags are greeny black and are abundant around Shetland's coastline.
X shags the ball quickly and moves from the playing area as the next group begins.
ISLANDERS who dine on protected seabirds have been stunned after one hunter became the first to be fined for bagging shags.
Mlimbella Shags are also economical and environmentally friendly--such an easy choice for a great decorating solution.
The new shags that we have come out with lend themselves to a soft contemporary or transitional environment," Damavandi said.
Soon Chelsea is living in LA where she variously shags a male stripper called Thunder, a male model called Ross and a male hooker called Ed.
Shags have evolved, with new designs, fiber combinations or types, lengths of fibers, and other features.