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The Quaker Bakers team is made up of students from the Sandy Spring Friends School. They participated in the "Sheep to Shawl" competition at the Maryland Sheep & Wool festival as part of their fiber arts class. From left, Ayla Keynes, Caitlyn Holland, Travis Hurley, Zoe Burgess, teacher Heidi Brown, and (front) shearer Emily Chamelin. Rachel Guy Adra hide caption

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In a Sheep to Shawl competition, you have 5 people, 1 sheep, and 3 hours — good luck!

At the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival, the Sheep to Shawl event is simultaneously cut-throat competitive and warm and fuzzy.

The Quaker Bakers team is made up of students from the Sandy Spring Friends School. They participated in the "Sheep to Shawl" competition at the Maryland Sheep & Wool festival as part of their fiber arts class. From left, Ayla Keynes, Caitlyn Holland, Travis Hurley, Zoe Burgess, teacher Heidi Brown, and (front) shearer Emily Chamelin. Rachel Guy Adra hide caption

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In a Sheep to Shawl competition, you have 5 people, 1 sheep, and 3 hours — good luck!

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Norditropin, a growth hormone from Novo Nordisk, remains in short supply, frustrating parents. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Families scramble to find growth hormone drug as shortage drags on

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Families scramble to find growth hormone drug as shortage drags on

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Vice Media offices on Feb. 1, 2019 in Venice, Calif. The once-hot media startup filed for bankruptcy after failing to sell itself. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Vice Media, once worth $5.7 billion, files for bankruptcy

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Special Counsel report finds issue with FBI investigation into Trump's Russia ties

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Special Counsel report finds issue with FBI investigation into Trump's Russia ties

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