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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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Those courts, persuaded that the Farmer and Wolfish tests merge, apply the two-pronged Farmer approach to conditions-of-confinement claims brought by pretrial detainees.
Barry Wolfish: "In late 2007, the company conducted a communications audit, which looked at all aspects of our communications efforts.
In 1983, 1,200 metric tons of wolfish were commercially landed in the U.S.
"When we heard this was going to be auctioned," Castel Marketing Director Bogdan Moncea says with a wolfish grin, "we just had to get it."
'I love that wolfish joy that Christopher Eccelston has in things and I love what Billie Piper is allowed to do.
Obviously, bookmakers smile eagerly when they see me, and there was a wolfish gleam when one laid me 5-1 about a runner later on Monday's card, who was suddenly 10-1 - and ran like it.
Keaton is radiant as a divorcee who has given up on love, while Nicholson sends up his wolfish media persona to the hilt.
The Stones arrived with whirlwind immediacy, Keith strode to the front of the stage and dropped to a wolfish crouch to chop out the opening chords of Brown Sugar.
Measures 21 and 22 on the November general election ballot are the latest examples of wolfish initiatives clad in populist sheep clothing.
Whereas Turkish politics are notoriously wolfish, Dervis is not.
It's called Wolfish Pot: it's a veal stew with white wine, potatoes, turnips and 100 garlic cloves cooked in a stone pot.
And there's at least some evidence that the vegetarian diet has robbed Prince of his wolfish hunting instincts.