Wolfe

Wolfe may refer to:

  • Wolfe (provincial electoral district), a former Quebec provincial electoral district
  • Wolfe (surname), people with the surname Wolfe
  • The Wolfe is an old-time enemy of Superman

Other articles related to "wolfe":

Larry Wolfe
... Laurence Marcy "Larry" Wolfe (born March 2, 1953 in Melbourne, Florida) is a former professional baseball player ... Wolfe attended Sacramento City College ...
Louise Dahl-Wolfe: Painting With Light - Synopsis
... This short documentary film on the life of Louise Dahl-Wolfe draws upon her art and her personality ... The documentary reviews how Dahl-Wolfe "discovered" Lauren Bacall, who at the time was a young actress (seventeen years-of-age) and worked as a model ... It was Dahl-Wolfe's photos of Bacall that film producer Harry Warner saw, and subsequently asked Bacall that she come to Hollywood for a screen test ...
Louise Dahl-Wolfe: Painting With Light
... Louise Dahl-Wolfe Painting with Light (1999) is a documentary film about Louise Dahl-Wolfe, an important woman in the history of photography ...
Sidney M. Wolfe - Biography
... After earning his medical degree at Case Western University, Cleveland, Ohio, Wolfe completed an internship and residency in internal medicine ... Wolfe co-founded the consumer lobbying organization Health Research Group with Nader in 1971 and has been its Director ever since ... For more than 30 years, Wolfe campaigned to have propoxyphene (Darvon, Darvocet) removed from the American market, because it can cause heart arrhythmias ...
List Of On The Buses Episodes - Series Three (1970)
... Episode Writer/s Director/s Original Airdate 1 "First Aid" Ronald Wolfe Stuart Allen 2 January 1970 (1970-01-02) Stan fibs his way past the First Aid test but how will he cope with a real emergency? 2 "The ... only one snag - she's Blakey's niece 25 "The Squeeze" Ronald Wolfe and Ronald Chesney Stuart Allen 20 March 1970 (1970-03-20) Stan investigates ways of increasing his income, and decides to sell some of his ...

Famous quotes containing the word wolfe:

    There had been a time on earth when poets had been young and dead and famous—and were men. But now the poet as the tragic child of grandeur and destiny had changed. The child of genius was a woman, now, and the man was gone.
    —Thomas Wolfe (1900–1938)

    Not “Seeing is Believing” you ninny, but “Believing is Seeing.” For modern art has become completely literary: the paintings and other works exist only to illustrate the text.
    —Tom Wolfe (b. 1931)

    It was a cruel city, but it was a lovely one, a savage city, yet it had such tenderness, a bitter, harsh, and violent catacomb of stone and steel and tunneled rock, slashed savagely with light, and roaring, fighting a constant ceaseless warfare of men and of machinery; and yet it was so sweetly and so delicately pulsed, as full of warmth, of passion, and of love, as it was full of hate.
    —Thomas Wolfe (1900–1938)