Owling

Owl'ing noun [ From Owl , intransitive verb ] (O. Eng. Law) The offense of transporting wool or sheep out of England contrary to the statute formerly existing. Blackstone.
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Owling

• (v. i.) The offense of transporting wool or sheep out of England contrary to the statute formerly existing. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Owl
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Owling

[legal term] Owling was a common term for the smuggling of sheep or wool from England to another country, particularly France. The practice was illegal in England from 1367 until 1824. Participants were called `owlers`; their ships `owling boats`. The origins of the term are obscure, and it appears to have developed toward the end of the 17...
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owling

smuggling wool or sheep
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