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A wolf ticket was a serious impediment to one's career.
I didn't want to disturb him and have to count on Joyce to back up those wolf tickets she'd been selling.
Many former inmates received "wolf tickets" and were only allowed to live a minimum of 101 km away from city borders.
Dream Team Wolf tickets are already being sold.
He sold real tickets along with wolf tickets.
So I wrote The Wolf Ticket with a great deal of knowledge about the war already in my head.
In 1907 he was released from prison with a so-called wolf ticket, which prevented him from finding a job or leaving Russia.
We had little clashes with the Renegades about the lot, but it was mostly just selling wolf tickets, loudmouthing around.
"Old souls and wolf tickets"
"You still have some players who are selling wolf tickets," Singletary said of the league's lesser lights in an interview Thursday.
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"When Wilma was in school, during her era, they were talkers, they sold 'wolf tickets' and they took names," she said.
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"For the last 10 years or more, they've just been selling wolf tickets to the white race and having fun while they collect money and have fancy lifestyles."
That led to another exchange between the two, with Diaz concluding that the UFC was selling "wolf tickets."
He was rehabilitated in 1955, but with a "wolf ticket" that means an internal exile without the right to settle closer than 100 km from large urban centers.
They had just elected another one of their own to the mayor's office, they were selling plenty of wolf tickets downtown, and they partied hard and continuously.
Without class, cool has been sold some deadly wolf tickets and, without knowing it, has become a major distributor of ideas as lethal and deadly as any drug.
Refugees & Repatriation The Wolf Ticket a novel by Caro Clarke All wars uproot populations and displace those whose homes have become battlefields.
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Kim should put out some good music and everything else will fall in place until she does that Drake has a point shes a grown woman and she shouldnt be selling wolf tickets.
By nature, he was a gentle, sensitive man, and even in the throes of angry threats against whites it was hard to hide a smile, for he loved what the blacks call 'selling wolf tickets', tricking people into fear.
About the Book The Wolf Ticket a novel by Caro Clarke The Wolf Ticket opens on 1 April 1945, Easter Sunday, somewhere in northern Germany, in the area held by the U.S.