"We didn't know he was there," he said, adding that when he was finally spotted they did not immediately recognise him as a sheep
All around the city of Salisbury , as far as twenty-two miles to the west ,and six miles south ,down to the coast , farmers raise sheep.
There were shoulders, legs and loins shaped like those of mutton, and very well dressed, but smaller than the wings of a lark
his father was also a shepherd, who owned a small flock, and lived by the wool and the milk, which he sold at Rome
Woven fabrics of carded wool/fine animal hair,>/=85% by weight,</=300 g/m2
Having a soft,waxy,and woollike covering,as certain insects.
Any of a breed of large, white-faced sheep having long coarse wool, developed in Leicestershire, a county of central England
You have a vicious, greedy, unmerciful financial wolf standing over a cowering, unsophisticated commercial lamb
A baglike organ containing the mammary glands,characteristic of certain female mammals,such as cows,sheep,and goats.
"""Three weeks ago. Don't you remember? A small leg of mutton."""