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  • They found themselves next to Lucile and the fellow in the yellow wolf-skin cap.

    CHAPTER 11

  • And the other man's blood roused, for his fist landed under the wolf-skin cap with force sufficient to drive its owner back against

    CHAPTER 11

  • The wolf-skin cap did not put up a fight or try to meet the wrath he had invoked, but, with his hands shielding his face, strove to retreat.

    CHAPTER 11

  • A couple of mounted police, on liberty, joined him, and with half a dozen others safeguarded the man with the wolf-skin cap.

    CHAPTER 11

  •   The word describes so many variations of the oldest themes in the human race, like a shaman in a wolf-skin, dancing wolf-like, scaring little kids.

    The chrysalis stage of Gwendolyn Neuhauser (Revised again)

  • I knew another seaman who showed up at the boat wearing a wolf-skin coat with the head still attached.

    'A Captain's Duty'

  • Two statues survive on the columns— one seems to be an aquilifer, a standard-bearer in scale armor and a wolf-skin cape.

    Log of the Eclipse (11)

  • Until manhood he had never worn woven cloth upon his body; a wolf-skin had formed the apparel of this son of a Dalcassian chief.

    People of the Dark

  • He was wrapped in a kind of capot of green bays, lined with wolf-skin, had a pair of monstrous boots, quilted on the inside with cotton, was almost covered with dirt, and rode a mule so low that his long legs hung dangling within six inches of the ground.

    Travels through France and Italy

  • Greeks, whiter than marble, threw the leavings of their plates behind them, while the herdsmen from Brutium, in their wolf-skin garments, devoured in silence with their faces in their portions.

    Salammbo

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