Fleece is defined as wool from a single sheep in the shorn grease state.

Ref: 123901/2006-10-02

Fleece refers to a a fabric with a pile or napped surface, sometimes of a unit construction; commonly used in sweats.

Ref: 86447/2006-09-14

 

 

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