Wolf Flesh

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Hugo Award For Best Dramatic Presentation - Winners and Nominees - Best Dramatic Presentation
... director), James Costigan (screenplay), Henry James (original story) NBC World, the Flesh and the Devil !The World, the Flesh and the Devil Ranald MacDougall (director, screenplay), Ferdinand ... Village of the Damned Wolf Rilla (director, screenplay), Stirling Silliphant (screenplay), Ronald Kinnoch (screenplay) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 19621 !1962 Twilight Zone !The Twilight Zone* Rod Serling (creator, screenplay ... Caught Fire Val Guest (director, screenplay), Wolf Mankowitz (screenplay) British Lion Films/Pax Night of the Eagle Sidney Hayers (director), Charles Beaumont (screenplay), Richard Matheson (screenplay ...
She-Wolf - Relationships With Humans - Uses
... Wolf pelts are primarily used for scarfs and the trimmings of women's garments, though they are occasionally used for jackets, short capes, coats, mukluks and rugs ... Wolf pelts tend to be thinner than those of dogs, and are more prone to tearing when sewn ... The quality of wolf peltries rests on the density and strength of the fur fibre, which keeps the fur upright and gives the pelt an appealing bushy aspect ...
Wolf Hunting - Quarry - Meat
... though historically, people have resorted to consuming wolf flesh in times of scarcity, or for medicinal reasons ... Native American tribes, especially the Naskapis, viewed wolf flesh as edible but inadequate nutrition, as it was not a herbivore and thus did not possess the same healing qualities thought to be ... The mountain people of Japan once ate wolf meat in order to boost their courage, though they commented that the meat was tough ...

Famous quotes containing the words flesh and/or wolf:

    Heat, ma’am! It was so dreadful here that I found there was nothing left for it but to take off my flesh and sit in my bones.
    Sydney Smith (1771–1845)

    A wolf will walk a thousand miles to eat people: a dog half way to heaven will still eat dung.
    Chinese proverb.