- a soft bulky fabric with deep pile; used chiefly for clothing
- the wool of a sheep or similar animal
- Sheep are bred for their fleece and their meat.
- Mary had a little lamb whose fleece was white as snow.
- Greasy, including fleece-washed wool
- Greasy, including fleece-washed wool:
- during the removal of hides and fleece:
- in English ‘virgin wool’ or ‘fleece wool’,
- CPA 10.11.41: Pulled wool, greasy, including fleece-washed pulled wool
- Greasy wool not carded or combed (including fleece-washed wool) (excluding shorn wool)
- These beds should contain bedding material such as polyester fleece or similar bedding material.
- operators and equipment coming into contact with the outer surface of hides and fleece must not touch the meat;
- A knitted fabric, representing the fleece, covers most of the ceramic body leaving part of the head and four hoofs visible.
- Dyeing the fleece or coat using recognised non-toxic agricultural marker products may be used for short-term experiments in short-wool breeds of sheep and in goats.
- lift or drag the animals by head, ears, horns, legs, tail or fleece, or handle them in such a way as to cause them unnecessary pain or suffering;
- Sheep (Ovis aries) are grazing animals which, because of differences between breeds, for example fleece characteristics, will thrive in a wide range of climatic conditions.
- Metal fleece, consisting of a mass of stainless steel wires of diameters ranging from 0,022 mm to 0,070 mm, compacted by sintering and rolling