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For an hour or more I skinned, singing to myself as I worked, and striving to forget him who sat in the cleft above and the howlings which ran about the mountains.
Presently the sound of howlings drew near again, and I saw the grey shapes creep up one by one.
Then for a time there were no blue flames, and we sped onwards through the gloom, with the howling of the wolves around us, as though they were following in a moving circle.
I could not see any cause for it, for the howling of the wolves had ceased altogether.
Dot fell for the breed after becoming fascinated by howling wolves on a visit to Canada.
If you try, you may be able to induce a good howling session with your own dog.
The late wolf biologist Gordon Haber observed wolves howling in "obvious pain and distress" when they were caught in a trap or a snare.
But for his first mention in Variety, in an Off Broadway play, it was his howling that gained notice.
From the juvenile nonfiction series Comparing Animal Traits comes "Gray Wolves: Howling Pack Mammals," an exciting color photo-illustrated book of introduction to the gray wolf, with chapters of information on what they look like, where they live, pack life, and the life cycle of the gray wolf.
A FORMER owner with Alan Berry and Paul Howling has been jailed for 14 years for masterminding a PS30 million mortgage fraud.
PREVIEW Howling Bells HARE AND HOUNDS, KINGS HEATH AUSTRALIAN four-piece Howling Bells will be celebrating the release of their new album Heartstrings at this intimate gig at Hare and Hounds next week.
A HEROIC Staffie saved its blind owner's life by howling and barking as it lay across his unconscious body after he collapsed.