- Neanderthals Ate Rhinos, Woolly Mammoths, and Plants
- “We have taken a detailed look at the Neanderthals' diet. In the process, we were able to determine that the extinct relatives of today's humans primarily fed on large herbivorous mammals such as mammoths and woolly rhinoceroses,” Prof. Bocherens said.
- High Court attempts to unravel woolly trademark dispute
- A company that markets and sells products using images of cartoon sheep characters under the trade mark “Wacky Woollies” has sued another firm over putting products on the market under the name “Woolie Wellies”. The Shamrock Gift Company [Trading ...
- Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company introduces wild slate for 2016-2017
- Chaos, confusion, mystery and excitement will reign supreme in the 2016-2017 season which Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company announced yesterday, including Clare Barron's controversial Baby Screams Miracle, the American debut of a new play by ...
- Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company Announces its 2016-2017 Season
- Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company is pleased to announce its 2016-2017 season, beginning with a world premiere and continuing with hotly-anticipated new plays by award-winning playwrights. Woolly's new season features the work of Jen Silverman, ...
- Woolly Wonderland: A local knitter turns her passion into a haven of creativity.
- “To call something 'woolly' seems very soft,” Susser says. “It's your woolly blanket. Woolly can be the sweater, the fiber, the sheep.
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