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Wool is the textile fibre obtained from sheep.
Wool may also refer to:
Used of sheep wool
- Alpaca wool, derived from fur of alpacas
- Angora wool, derived from fur of rabbits
- Cashmere wool, derived from fur of goats
- Cotton wool, a British term for a fibrous mass of cotton used in surgical dressings and the like
- Bronze wool, an abrasive derived from bronze
- Glass wool, an insulating material derived from fiberglass
- High temperature insulation wool, an insulating material derived from ceramic fibers
- Llama wool, derived from fur of llamas
- Mineral wool, an insulating material derived from minerals or metal oxides
- Steel wool or wire wool, an abrasive derived from steel
- Wool, the commonly used term in the UK for woollen knitting yarn
- Wool, the first book in the Silo series of science fiction novels by Hugh Howey
- Wool, Dorset, the village in England
- Wool (band), the rock band from Washington, D.C.
- WOOL-FM, a radio station in Vermont, United States
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