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"The Boy Who Cried Wolf" was a well known children's story about a wolf. When Julian Bashir told the story to Elim Garak, the later concluded that the moral was "to never tell the same lie twice." (DS9: "Improbable Cause")
In 2267, Spock referred to the entity Redjac, who was murdering women on the planet Argelius II, "where the inhabitants are as peaceful as sheep", as being like "a hungry wolf in that fold." (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")
In 2369, Captain Edward Jellico compared Cardassians to timber wolves, saying that they possessed an instinctive need to establish a dominant position in social situations, and thus contrived his strategy for negotiating with Gul Lemec accordingly. Counselor Deanna Troi reminded him that sometimes a wolf ended up dead in the fight for dominance, to which Jellico responded by saying that the trick was to be the wolf that was standing in the end. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I")