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Wolf

(wulf),
A., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Wolf-Orton bodies.
A regional term for PCP
References in classic literature ?
"Shut the doors and draw the slide," Wolf Larsen said to me.
Wolf Larsen was my captain, Thomas Mugridge and the rest were my companions, and I was receiving repeated impresses from the die which had stamped them all.
Eh, no matter, forward..." the wolf seemed to say to herself, and she moved forward without again looking round and with a quiet, long, easy yet resolute lope.
"Ulyulyu!" cried Nicholas, in a voice not his own, and of its own accord his good horse darted headlong downhill, leaping over gullies to head off the wolf, and the borzois passed it, running faster still.
"He has no right!" Father Wolf began angrily--"By the Law of the Jungle he has no right to change his quarters without due warning.
"His mother did not call him Lungri [the Lame One] for nothing," said Mother Wolf quietly.
Then I yelled with pain and rage, and lifting the Watcher endways, drove it down with both hands, as a man drives a stake into the earth, and that with so great a stroke that the skull of the wolf was shattered like a pot, and he fell dead, dragging me with him.
The jackal may follow the Tiger, but, Cub, when thy whiskers are grown, Remember the Wolf is a hunter--go forth and get food of thine own.
Then the wolf was very angry, and called Sultan 'an old rogue,' and swore he would have his revenge.
A pat and a rub around the ears from the man, and a more prolonged caressing from the woman, and he was away down the trail in front of them, gliding effortlessly over the ground in true wolf fashion.
As he gave up and stumbled inside his circle, a wolf leaped for him, missed, and landed with all four feet in the coals.
Ferko was no less willing to help her than he had been to help the wolf and the mouse, so he poured some healing drops over the wounded wing.