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Buck writhed his lips into the preliminary of a snarl, but sniffed noses with him, Whereupon the old wolf sat down, pointed nose at the moon, and broke out the long wolf howl.
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And then there are the ones that just enjoy a good howl.
After analyzing thousands of recordings of wolves, coyotes and other canids, they've identified distinct types of howls and created howl profiles for each species and subspecies.
The book is being produced and designed by gallery co-owner and accomplished tattoo artist Andy Howl and published in association with the Church of Satan.
Robert Kunikoff and Richard Kave of Lee & Associates NYC, along with Victor Menkin, president of Menkin Realty Services, arranged a long-term lease for Howl at the Moon at 240 West 52nd Street.
Chloe Howl first came to attention in late 2012 with No Strings, and following the success of her Rumour EP, she's picked up plaudits from the likes of Huw Stephens and Annie Mac.
Wolves howl to round up the pack after members scattered in hunting.
1%) using a human-simulated wolf howl, though this difference was likely due to low wolf density and not greater interspecific responsiveness from coyotes.
Ginsberg, a star performer of his own work, emphasized the agonized howl in "Howl.
And her night, Howl, at the Blue Rooms, Byram Arcade, tomorrow at 8pm hopes to bring live poetry firmly into the 21st century.
The opening of Howl thus constructs a particular world that immediately shows its debt to fairy tale conventions: "In the land of Ingary [.