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GET FLEECED There's nothing like the tactile, sensual experience of snuggling up on sheepskin, which retains heat in winter but can be cool in summer.
You can instantly update your outfit for the cold snap by honing in on your favourite snug textures such as sheepskin mittens, faux fur snoods, or a chunky knit scarf.
A decade and a half later, sheepskin seat covers are far from Larson's mind, as she now shepherds a staff of 10 puppet-makers in her Lyons workshop.
The purpose of this paper is to report on an investigation into sheepskin effects in the returns to education.
This is tested by estimating sheepskin effects across five age cohorts of non-minority males in 1991.
Cross-wiring temporal references to conjure all manner of Asian invasions - from the Mongols, who used similar sheepskin devices to ford rivers, to Japanese cars - this dragon's immobility belied its roar, though its grandiose scale amounted to a sort of theatrical efficacy.
An article in the American Journal of Diseases of Children says that the number of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) cases could be substantially reduced if infants were not placed face down for sleeping and if parents would not use sheepskin bedding for their children.
The basic conclusion of this study is that up to 30% of SIDS deaths may result from placing infants to sleep face down on soft bedding such as sheepskin and/or "foam" mattresses or pillows.
The sheepskin had been proudly displayed on the walls of three offices.
Waterbeds and sheepskin rugs are not safe sleeping places for infants.