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  • n. A family or other group of wild wolves.
  • n. During World War II, any of various marauding groups of submarines, especially German submarines that patrolled the North Atlantic and preyed upon merchant ships.

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  • "I believe from the bottom of my non-partisan heart that the George Bush wolfpack is the most dangerous, least honorable, least sensible gang of thugs and cynics that ever aimed America's Big Gun at a trembling planet."

    Archive 2003-08-01

  • Vowing to do everything to defend the euro against the "wolfpack" of the financial markets, which have been pounding Greece, Spain and Portugal, the ministers discussed much larger sums than previously to try to end the market turmoil.

    Sources: E.U.eyes 600B euro crisis mechanism, sources say

  • The funny thing is that I have done "wolfpack" rides, and as a professional messenger for 9 years, I was dismayed at the lack of common sense when it came to riding fast in traffic and the general feeling of macho bravado that dominates the riders.

    Signs of Victory: What it Takes to Win

  • BRUSSELS, May 9 (Reuters) - European Union finance ministers promised to do everything to defend the euro from the "wolfpack" of the financial markets at the start of talks on Sunday on emergency measures to stop Greece's debt crisis spreading.

    Reuters: Top News

  • The European Union has agreed to create a 500 billion-euro (£429bn) emergency fund to protect highly indebted eurozone countries from the "wolfpack" of financial markets, in a move aimed at protecting Greece from financial ruin.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The European Union agreed on a 500 billion euro ($670 billion) emergency fund in the early hours of Monday to protect highly indebted eurozone countries from the 'wolfpack' of financial markets.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • * The European Union agreed on a 500 billion-euro ($670 billion) eurozone countries from the "wolfpack" of financial markets.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • EU finance ministers agreed on a 500 billion euro ($670 billion) emergency fund in the early hours of Monday to protect highly indebted eurozone countries from the 'wolfpack' of financial markets.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • * The European Union agreed on a 500 billion-euro ($670 billion) emergency fund on Monday to protect highly indebted eurozone countries from the 'wolfpack' of financial markets.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • European Union agreed on a 500 billion-euro ($670 billion) emergency fund in the early hours of Monday to protect highly indebted eurozone countries from the "wolfpack" of

    WN.com - Photown News

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