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BEAR CUB SCOUTS
PARENTS
MIDGARD SERPENT
THOR
TIME
LIKES
FATHER
YEARS OLD
KILLING
PREY
COMPLETING
REQUIREMENTS
DEATH
BROWN
AGE
GRADE
EARNING
SCOUT
CANIS LUPUS
DINGO
PART
HOWL
VIDAR
GLEIPNIR
WEBELOS
CUBS
FOLKLORE
VAMPIRE
WARG
VARGR
GRIZZLY
PUBLISHED
ARS MAGICA
SONS
HATI
CERRO AZUL
BROTHER
QUARRELSOME
NARI
NARFI
WOLF CUB SCOUTS
CUB SCOUTS
WOLVERINE
GRIZZLY BEAR
BLACK BEAR
SWORD
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Definitions

  1. Wolf is the second advancement rank the boys earn as Cub Scouts.
  2. Wolf was the 8 year-old or third grade program, Bear was the 9 year-old or fourth grade program, and Webelos was the 10 year-old or fifth grade program.
  3. Wolf is a heavy metal band from Örebro, Sweden.
  4. Wolf, the highest volcano of the Galápagos Islands, straddles the equator at the north end of the archipelago's largest island, Isabela. (Web site)
  5. Wolf was one of the names Native Americans gave to their best scouts; Wolf was the name of the cannon made in the railway workshops at Mafikeng.

Bear Cub Scouts

  1. Boys who become Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts after August 1, 2004, will be required to use the new book for the corresponding rank. (Web site)

Parents

  1. For Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts the parents are suppose to help the boys through the material and sign activities off as they are done. (Web site)
  2. Pack 485 provides Tiger packets, but the parents must buy their boys the Wolf, Bear, and Webelos books as needed. (Web site)
  3. A. The parents of Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts have the primary privilege of passing their son on advancement.

Midgard Serpent

  1. The first of these was Fenris, the wolf; the second was Joermungand, the Midgard serpent; and the third was Hela, death.
  2. Angrboda: Loki's giant-wife, mother of the Wolf Fenrir, the Midgard Serpent, and Hel. (Web site)
  3. Thither also repair the wolf Fenris, the Midgard serpent, Loki with all the followers of Hela, and the Frost giants. (Web site)

Thor

  1. Odin fights with the Wolf; Thor with the Midgard Serpent, whom he kills, but being suffocated with the floods of venom dies himself.
  2. In Norse mythology, Vithar was the god second in strength to Thor, and who would kill the wolf Fenris by wrentching the wolve's jaws asunder. (Web site)
  3. The fourth line in Regius reads "against the wolf," but if this line refers to Thor at all, and not to Vithar, the Hauksbok reading, "serpent," is correct. (Web site)

Time

  1. The ability to switch between human and wolf at any time adds a new element of strategy to Wolf Team over other traditional shooter games.
  2. He may work on his "Arrow Point Trail" at any time, however he cannot receive Arrow Points until AFTER he has earned the Wolf Badge. (Web site)
  3. The Wolf Cub program began in 1916, and since that time, Wolf Cubbing has spread to other European countries with very little change.

Likes

  1. From Maxwell Street to the south side he sopped up the blues gravy served by the likes of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Buddy Guy and many others. (Web site)

Father

  1. In the book, it is Father Wolf and Raksha who find Mowgli, not Bagheera as seen in the film. (Web site)
  2. This time around, the story focuses on Lady and the Tramp's (Jeff Bennett) son, Scamp (Scott Wolf), a spitting image of his father.
  3. Vithar: the silent god, the son of Othin who avenged his father by slaying the wolf Fenrir; cf. (Web site)

Years Old

  1. After he has earned the Wolf badge, a boy is encouraged to work on the 22 Wolf electives until he completes second grade (or turns 9 years old).
  2. The Wolf Trail is for boys who have completed the first grade or are 8 years old.
  3. After a Cub has earned the Wolf Badge, he is encouraged to work on the 22 Wolf electives until he completes second grade (or turns 9 years old).

Killing

  1. That night the wolf licked the honey and when it stuck its tongue into Sigmund's mouth, he bit it off, killing the wolf. (Web site)

Prey

  1. Odin contested Fenris with his spear Gungnir but fell prey to the wolf and was devoured.

Completing

  1. A Gold Arrow Point is earned by completing the first ten projects in the Wolf or Bear book.
  2. This is the first rank all Cub Scouts must earn first before completing the Tiger, Wolf, Bear, or Webelos ranks.
  3. Completing them allows him to earn Arrow Points to display on his uniform under his Wolf badge. (Web site)

Requirements

  1. Cubmaster: (scout's name), you've completed all the requirements for your Wolf badge and have moved along the Cub Scout trail. (Web site)
  2. After he gets his fourth bead, he has completed the requirements for his rank badge (either Wolf or Bear) which will be awarded at a pack meeting. (Web site)
  3. When the boy has met all requirements, the Wolf badge is presented to his parent or guardian at the next pack meeting.

Death

  1. The gods would not put the wolf to death because they respected the sanctity of the place, which forbade blood being shed there. (Web site)
  2. His stay there was only brief, since on the death of his father he sought the guidance of Joseph Wolf. (Web site)
  3. First among the children is mentioned the wolf, which is called Fenrir, and which in Ragnarok shall cause the death of the Asa-father.

Brown

  1. Each Pack was split up into Sixes, each Six the colour of a wolf: Black, Grey, Red, White, Tawny and Brown, not the bright primary colours now used.
  2. Wolf Spiders are large, hairy spiders which are usually patterned with a mixture of black, gray, and brown. (Web site)

Age

  1. After he has earned the Wolf badge, he is encouraged to work on the 22 Wolf electives until he completes second grade (or age 8 years old). (Web site)
  2. Charizma, rapper with Peanut Butter Wolf, was shot to death in 1993 at age 20. (Web site)
  3. Jan 5, 2000: Goseki Kojima, co-creator of Lone Wolf and Cub, passes away at the age of 71. (Web site)

Grade

  1. Each pack is made up of Tiger Cub (grade 1), Wolf (grade 2), Bear (grade 3) and Webelos (grades 4 & 5) dens.

Earning

  1. Each Silver Arrow Point is earned by completing ten additional projects from the Wolf or Bear book (after earning the Gold Arrow Point).
  2. After earning his Wolf badge, a boy can begin working on his Wolf electives to earn his gold and silver Arrow Points.

Scout

  1. After earning the Wolf badge by completing 58 of the 74 available achievement tasks, the scout may earn arrow points by completing electives. (Web site)

Canis Lupus

  1. The Wolf or Grey Wolf (Canis lupus) is a mammal of the Canidae family and the ancestor of the domestic dog.

Dingo

  1. Many of today's wild dogs, such as the dingo, the dhole and pariah dogs, are descended from this wolf. (Web site)
  2. Many of today's wild dogs, such as the dingo and the pariah dogs, are descended from this wolf.
  3. The dingo (plural dingoes or dingos), Canis lupus dingo, is a type of wild dog, probably descended from the Indian Wolf (Canis lupus pallipes).

Part

  1. For example, White Wolf Game Studio 's World of Darkness was brought to an end by major events in the metaplot as part of the Time of Judgment. (Web site)
  2. Parents and adult guides act as Baloo for Cub Scouts on the Bear trail in the same way they took the part of Akela for Cub Scouts on the Wolf trail.
  3. At sixty five, he's part of the second generation of Chicago bluesmen, just behind Muddy, Wolf, Sonny Boy #2 and Elmore James. (Web site)

Howl

  1. Wolf tried to emulate Rodgers' "blue yodel," but found that his efforts sounded more like a growl or a howl. (Web site)
  2. The "howl" at the end of each gourd dance song is a tribute to the red wolf. (Web site)

Vidar

  1. When the monsterous wolf Fenrir swallows Odin at Ragnarok, Vidar will kill the wolf by tearing it apart.
  2. The wolf swallows Odin, and thus causes his death; but Vidar immediately turns and rushes at the wolf, placing one foot on his nether jaw. (Web site)
  3. The wolf swallows Odin but Vidar, the Silent, sets his foot upon the monster's lower jaw, he seizes the other with his hand, and thus rends him till he dies. (Web site)

Gleipnir

  1. The wolf Fenrir was bound by three fetters: Loeding, Drómi, and Gleipnir, of which only the last held him. (Web site)

Webelos

  1. Webelos Scouts wear only their current badge of rank (Bobcat, Wolf, Bear, or Webelos) centered on the left pocket. (Web site)
  2. Each rank (Tiger Cub, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos) offers its own challenges, but these challenges are not predicated on earning a previous rank. (Web site)
  3. After a Cub has been a BOBCAT, WOLF, or BEAR, and has turned 10 years old, he becomes a WEBELOS. WEBELOS means, "We'll be loyal Scouts".

Cubs

  1. In 1916, Baden-Powell organized the Wolf Cubs, which caught on as the Cub Scouts in the United States, for boys under the age of 11. (Web site)
  2. First graders are Tiger Cubs, second graders are Wolf Cubs, third graders are Bear Cubs, and fourth and fifth graders are Webelos. (Web site)
  3. Baloo the bear, who teaches the wolf cubs the law of the pack, says that he will. (Web site)

Folklore

  1. A werewolf is an animal from folklore which can change from human to wolf and back again and is believed to consume human flesh or blood.

Vampire

  1. Himmler is depicted as a vampire who ultimately faked his death in the White Wolf, Inc.
  2. Bloodlines is based upon the popular pen and paper (PnP) roleplaying game "Vampire: The Masquerade" developed by White Wolf in 1991. (Web site)
  3. Vampire: The Masquerade is a role-playing game from White Wolf Game Studio that is set in the fictional World of Darkness.

Warg

  1. A warg (or worg) is a mythological creature that resembles a wolf, but is generally larger and more intelligent.

Vargr

  1. In Old Norse, vargr is a term for "wolf" (ulfr).
  2. In Old Norse Warg (vargr) is an euphemism for wolf (ulfr), still used in modern Swedish as a word for wolf. (Web site)

Grizzly

  1. Alaska big game hunting adventures, including dall sheep, moose, grizzly, caribou and wolf.
  2. Hunting for bear, moose, wolf, and grizzly in Prince George, BC Canada.

Published

  1. The Beauty Myth, published in 1991, is a book by Naomi Wolf. (Web site)
  2. To see more "finished" work by Wolf Kahn, check out the book "Wolf Kahn" with text written by Justin Spring, and published by Abrams several years ago.
  3. Jack London married Bessie Maddern on April 7, 1900, the same day The Son of the Wolf was published. (Web site)

Ars Magica

  1. In 1994, they expanded their role-playing game line by buying SLA Industries from Nightfall Games and Ars Magica from White Wolf, Inc. (Web site)

Sons

  1. Zeus transformed Lycaon 2 into a wolf or blasted him and his sons with a thunderbolt. (Web site)
  2. It was known that Loke, besides Fenrer and the Midgard-serpent, had two other sons, of which the one in the guise of a wolf tore the other into pieces.

Hati

  1. Hati In Norse mythology, Hati is the wolf that chases Mani, god of the moon, through the sky every night.
  2. The children of this giantess and the wolf Fenrir are the wolves Skoll and Hati, the first of whom steals the sun, the second the moon. (Web site)

Cerro Azul

  1. Isabela is the largest island in the archipelago, formed by 5 shield volcanoes: Alcedo, Cerro Azul, Darwin, Sierra Negra, and Wolf.

Brother

  1. Brother of Fenrir: Mithgarthsorm was, like the wolf Fenrir and the goddess Hel, born to Loki and the giantess Angrbotha (cf. (Web site)
  2. This parallels her brother, the moon, Mani, who was chased by Hati, another wolf.

Quarrelsome

  1. Wolf the Quarrelsome was brother to Brian Boru who was High King of Ireland from 1002 to 1014.
  2. According to the Viking sagas, Wolf the Quarrelsome ordered that Brodir's men be killed and that Brodir himself should die a lingering coward's death. (Web site)
  3. Wolf the Quarrelsome was an 11th century Irish warrior whow as known at the time as the biggest and most badass motherfucker on the known planet. (Web site)

Nari

  1. However, in Lokesenna, the guts of Nari are used to bind Loki while Váli is turned into a wolf. (Web site)
  2. Then they took Loki's sons Vali and Nari, and having changed Vali into a wolf, he tore his brother Nari into pieces. (Web site)

Narfi

  1. Then were taken Loki's sons, Váli and Nari or Narfi; the Æsir changed Váli into the form of a wolf, and he tore asunder Narfi his brother.
  2. However, in the Poetic Edda book Lokasenna, the guts of Nari are used to bind Loki while Narfi is turned into a wolf.
  3. Loki's sons were taken and Narfi was changed into a wolf by the Aesir. (Web site)

Wolf Cub Scouts

  1. Wolf Cub Scouts learn about Akela and the story of Mowgli and his survival in the Jungle.
  2. Wolf Cub Scouts earn the Wolf rank by completing 49 tracks in 12 achievements.
  3. The PACK has a few new BOBCATS who had just joined the PACK. There were also a few WOLF Cub Scouts, who were eight years old.

Cub Scouts

  1. During at least one program year, have a minimum of 50 percent of the Cub Scouts in your den earn the rank for their grade or age (Wolf or Bear). (Web site)
  2. Tiger Cubs (first-graders), Wolf Cub Scouts (second-graders), Bear Cub Scouts (third-graders), and Webelos Scouts (fourth- and fifth-graders) meet weekly. (Web site)
  3. Boys who became Wolf Cub Scouts after August 1, 2004, are required to use the requirements below.

Wolverine

  1. Other mammals include the caribou, red fox, wolf, lynx, wolverine, river otter, mink, marten, weasel, porcupine, snowshoe hare, red squirrel and beaver.

Grizzly Bear

  1. Arctic Alaska Guide Service - Fully guided hunts for dall sheep, grizzly bear, moose, caribou, and wolf.

Black Bear

  1. Hunts for brown, grizzly, and black bear, moose, caribou, wolf, and wolverine.
  2. Bob Wener outfits for moose, caribou, black bear and grizzly bear, and his areas also contain wolf and wolverine. (Web site)
  3. Offers guided hunts for brown and black bear, wolf, moose, dall sheep, mountain goat.

Sword

  1. Odin is devoured by the wolf Fenrir while Surtr brandishes his sword.
  2. Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game is a d20-based, pen-and-paper RPG from White Wolf Publishing released under their Sword & Sorcery imprint.
  3. The movie begins with the infant son having to choose between a toy and sword, the same way that Lone Wolf and Cub begins.

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