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wolfpack

A family group of wolves that live and hunt together. Be careful out there at night—a wolfpack has been seen roaming that part of the woods.
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More chances followed for the Wolfpack as Adam Sidlow crashed over followed quickly by Rhys Jacks and Hall.
We are looking forward to working with Toronto Wolfpack, who will join us with the unanimous support of our member clubs.
The UK's Empire magazine called it, "quietly moving", The New York Daily News said, "the story is so astounding, you can't look away" and Time magazine asserted that "everything about The Wolfpack is extraordinary".
Pond Parkers will meet Homeplus Gardens Eagles and Wolfpack will meet City Fives on Thursday.
The DCU Center has generally been a very hospitable environment for the WolfPack.
The acquisition of Wolfpack US, a subsidiary of Wolfpack Gold (TSX VENTURE:WFP) (Wolfpack), has been approved by the shareholders of Timberline and Wolfpack.
The company said the Wolfpack Gold properties were a key factor in its royalty acquisition.
TSX: AMB) is pleased to announce that effective May 21st, 2013, Wolfpack Gold Corp.
The Hangover Part III" will be rather different from the first two as there is no wedding as the central event bringing the Wolfpack together.
The letter of intent will allow both firms to contribute a range of US gold assets into Wolfpack Gold Corp.
The New York Rangers will likely change their AHL affiliation from the Hartford Wolfpack to the Rochester Americans beginning in the 2011-'12 season, a source close to the situation told Biz of Hockey.
Wolfpack Muzik's Vans remix is now charting nationally, bringing the news.
The Wolfpack is coming off a 15-3 win over Rosamond.
The members of The Wolfpack are still singing the blues, despite taking home an award from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards held in Toronto in November.
Wolfpack Warriors: The Story of World War II's Most Successful Fighter Outfit by Roger Freeman.