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1. If you cry wolf too often, people will stop believing that you need help.
2. They has cried wolf so many times, somebody will believe they've in real trouble now.
3. One does not cry wolf with panic buttons.
4. The growers who are crying wolf today about the lack of water will post their annual profits in a few months.
5. He accused her of crying wolf and prepared to go riding on the Sandringham estate.
6. A weather forecaster who cried wolf led to the cancellation of the club's picnic.
7. Like crying wolf, if you keep looking for sympathy as a justification for your actions, you will someday be left standing alone when you really need help. Criss Jami
8. To cry wolf indicates a person's lack of responsibility.
9. Don't cry wolf unless you really need help.
10. My stepmother. I'd received Never Cry Wolf not too long after she moved in.
11. Don't cry wolf any more, or no one will trust you sooner or later.
12. I'd received Cry Wolf not too long after she moved in.
13. To cry wolf is to give false alarm. It comes from the fable of the shepherd boy who often called "wolf" to make fun of the neighbors.
14. I'd received Never Cry Wolf not too long after she moved in.
15. Don't cry wolf or when you're really in trouble, no one will believe you.
16. Please don't cry wolf.
17. Those who often cry wolf will only harm themselves in the end.
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18. “I don’t want to cry wolf on this, ” said Dr. John M. Kittelson, a professor in the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics at the University of Colorado Denver.
19. Don't cry wolf or when you're really in trouble, no one will believe you. ; 25.
20. Nobody will believe he is in trouble because he have cry wolf so many times.
21. The manager was a nervous anxious little man, always ready to cry wolf if the shop takings went down a pound or two.