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Wolf

(wulf),
A., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Wolf-Orton bodies.
A regional term for PCP
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UNITED NATIONS/BEIRUT: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday dismissed a charm offensive by Iran's new president as a ruse concocted by a "wolf in sheep's clothing," and declared that Israel was ready to act alone to prevent Tehran from obtaining an atomic weapon, a pursuit Iran says it is not interested in.
His strategy is be a wolf in sheep's clothing. Smile and build a bomb."
THE term 'a wolf in sheep's clothing' is one that's bandied around frequently but I don't believe I've heard the reverse said.
However the record soon begins twisting and turning until your emotions are undecided whether it is a wolf in sheep's clothing, or a sheep in wolf's clothing.
Dana Hammer, General Motors' manager, Law Enforcement Vehicles, said, 'We increased the 2012 Impala's power significantly, so it was a wolf in sheep's clothing and surprised quite a few agencies.'