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Wolf

(wulf),
A., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Wolf-Orton bodies.
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A regional term for PCP
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Will this venture keep the wolf from the door? Will Doris succeed in securing her inheritance?
It isn't enough for you to keep the wolf from the door - you want to be able to put a portion of your income into savings to protect you from emergencies.
But I'm going to be greedy and go for much bigger odds to keep the wolf from the door!
That's enough to have your garage owner considering a retirement pedalo franchise to help keep the wolf from the door.
Her parents would help look after Jamie while she sought work to keep the wolf from the door.
Her barrister, Christopher Tehrani, said she started taking money from the firm "to keep the wolf from the door", but he said the offences spiralled out of control.
BUSINESSMAN Albert Low employed a Chinese dragon and a ceremonial lion to keep the wolf from the door of his factory.
PAUL McElhinney was scrubbing floors, washing dishes and pulling pints to keep the wolf from the door.
John Akehurst's father Reg was the king of the handicap plots in his time and while son may not follow father to the letter, he knows how to keep the wolf from the door.
More importantly pounds 10m Rangers DON'T get to keep the wolf from the door.
The general high cost of food shopping, rent, gas, electricity and small loans to help keep the wolf from the door all add up.
Okay, so it will only be scratching the surface but it may just be enough to keep the wolf from the door and give the club a bit of breathing space while they continue their search for someone willing to invest and save them from going under.