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A., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Wolf-Orton bodies.
A regional term for PCP


a wild member of the family Canidae. A brownish-gray dog which resembles a German Shepherd dog with a long nose and a bushy tail, noted for its ferocity as a hunter of game. Called also Canis lupus, other species Canis rufus (red wolf).

wolf teeth
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I don't believe the county's crying wolf," Bozievich said.
Sure, you may get accused of crying wolf when nothing bad happens for a few years, but meekly warning them and waiting for the inevitable collapse so you can say "I told you so," is not only poor planning, but unprofessional and almost criminal.
Thus, after taking nineteen months of Hany Kiareldeen's freedom, the INS finally admits that he does not pose a threat to national security; in other words, it was crying wolf.
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CITY leaders have been told to stop crying wolf after trying to blame destructive weeds on Government cuts.
We laid a pounds 3,000 to pounds 500 on Crying Wolf and a pounds 2,750 to pounds 1,000 on Hoof It.
From the Middle Ages to the modern day, there has always been something sufficiently shocking to get the ninnies crying wolf.
But we felt we had to make the public aware it is not a case of crying wolf.