Well-being" is woollier
than a sheep, while "integration" could mean just about anything.
Colin Baker's Morse is a woollier
, more portly version, resembling an occasionally petulant Digby Jones.
animals were an improvement over earlier domestic breeds, and supplanted their predecessors in most of the world, the authors suggest.
Paul said: "We thought he was back but when we looked closely the stray had slightly different markings and is woollier
The old Subbuteo catalogue - which described the team in maroon shirts, white shorts and black socks as Torino and Arbroath - carries some of the blame for encouraging interest in football's woollier
This sort of exercise really sorts out the hard-headed types from the woollier
Zach Nelson, NetSuite's CEO, says that the woollier
notion of 'service-level targets', not even always supported by some form of compensation, became the standard in the CRM application service sector.