[ US /ˈwʊɫf/ ]
  1. United States writer who has written extensively on American culture (born in 1931)
  2. United States writer best known for his autobiographical novels (1900-1938)
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  • Asked about parents who choose not to vaccinate their children against HPV, the virologist Nathan Wolfe, author of the new book "The Viral Storm," told me: "Basically the decision to not vaccinate risks not only cancer for their kids but cancer for anyone their kids have sex with. The New Prudery
  • He wolfed down his breakfast and went to school.
  • They are also a classic comic pair in a production that's chockablock with vivid characters: Elizabeth Reaser as Buddy's wife, Beth; Collette Wolfe as Matt's wife, Sandra; Louisa Krause as a droll motel desk clerk. Nervy 'Young Adult' Dazzles by the Book
  • The cab stopped with a jerk that justified Wolfe’s attitude toward machinery, and the hackie stuck his head out and objected. The Black Mountain
  • The Pro Football Hall of Fame member, now 73 years old, recalls the spartan Marion County coal camp of his youth, where his teachers Mrs. Hornyak and Mr. Wolfe made lasting impressions. 59 Top Stories, Sports and Weather
  • The investigators still cite the "cancer of corruption" denounced by James Wolfensohn, an ex-president of the World Bank, in 1996.
  • Paula Wolfert was the last to speak and her slides were of various clay pots and dishes.
  • TONIGHT WE DINE IN HELL!! fastlane: Dr Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran dafuck: the only explenation could be a time warp in the middle of detroit .. bobacus: According to Curve magazine, Lesbian visitors will find a Detroit that's shifted into the 21st century. wolfer: only his body, his soul lives on, I heard it coming from a Escalade in the wal-mart parking lot last night dafuck: Micheal Jackson is dead? wotak: for best results, remove your nose to get the correct weight distribution wolfer: Im gonna practice and bring back the moon walk LinkSwarm.com
  • Most of the time we think we're sick, it's all in the mind. Thomas Wolfe 
  • The characteristic Paula Wolfert fiddliness was exactly what I was looking for-I wanted to fuss a bit over my one-time truffle, yet not to drown it in extras; after all, I was wondering what it tasted like. Toast:
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