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Now the wind came like a wolf down the Murchison Pass, howling and moaning.
Then, just as we thought we had it, the wolf water came and gnawed the trail in two.
And it was true I could have snatched the meat from her like a wolf, but because of my vow I would not.
Anyway it is a comfort to know that you have provided against the wolf.
Nimrod and I had been lured to the Cuttle Fish ranch to go on a wolf hunt.
"Every wolf for forty miles round about is up at the battle-field," I said.
The raven, wolf, and eagle are the regular epic accompaniments of battle and carnage.
In all Britain to-day, no wolf roams wild and the deer are all tame.
The wolf, that runs away from a lion, will devour a lamb the next moment.
We were with the fish again, and caribou and wolf tracks were seen.