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Wolf

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

wolf

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 only saw the back of her, I didn't even see her face and you can see in the video the wolf-whistle comes after she had passed the gate.
She gets up to three wolf-whistles a month and loves it.
I bet some of those who screw up their faces in disapproval at the idea of a wolf-whistle would secretly feel a little flattered.
What will happen when the dad of one of the female stars wolf-whistles as his daughter's lithe young opponent warms up?
Nadia, 22, admits her 43-year-old mum is more likely to get wolf-whistles than she is - but she says she's happy with her own quirky style.
I wasn't particularly offended by the wolf-whistles and topless calendars.
CATHY DAVEY King Tut's, Glasgow, August 13 ##### The stunning Irish songstress is a self-confessed introvert and slinked shyly on to the stage amid a torrent of wolf-whistles before launching straight into her opening song.
Our whispering was patently far more intrusive than the gales of laughter when a pigeon landed within 40 feet of the net or the wolf-whistles if a male player even thought about changing his shirt.
Ill-fitting jeans revealing an expanse of white flesh, wolf-whistles and loud music were banned.
This week Poppy claimed she got daily wolf-whistles as she walked past the building site on her way to work in Worcester.
Charmingly demure, she introduces each song explaining its origins, smiling and laughing at the inevitable wolf-whistles.
Recently I have seen reports that feminists have been complaining about wolf-whistles and cheeky banter made to them as they pass men working on building sites.