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pig

monopolize

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a person regarded as greedy and pig-like

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a sheep up to the age of one year

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take greedily

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Nevertheless, we will have it done, lest their bad example should corrupt the other hogs.
So Circe waved her wand again, and repeated a few magic words, at the sound of which the two and twenty hogs pricked up their pendulous ears.
commented, "Our revenues and net income for the third quarter decreased significantly primarily driven by weakness in our hog farming and servo businesses.
How did the feral hog population expand so rapidly across rivers, mountain ranges, etc.
All of Mann's wild hog buyers so far are out-of-state, save for Anna Maria Island's Ed Chiles, a locally sourced food enthusiast who's been experimenting with the meat in a variety of dishes at his Sandbar Restaurant.
The hog then spun and ran, crossing a fence line and disappearing into thick cover.
The outbreak of PED, which was first detected in the US about a year ago, forced Mexican health authorities to begin testing hog farms in Mexico in the past several months.
I knew the hog problem in the South had to be pretty bad when the female counselor at a local church in Michigan wished me luck on one of my hog-hunting trips.
NSO Cabarrus visited the Craigs at the fair in 2005 and was impressed with the girls' knowledge and handling of their 4-H hogs, as well as their willingness to assist disabled veterans.
The hog population has really exploded on the property, and this spring should offer up exceptional hunting opportunities.
Bob Shavelson, executive director of Cook Inlet Keeper, says a broad range of residents spoke at public hearings about the environmental toll of hog waste on the Peninsula.
After the introduction of PRRSV-infected wild boars in the United States in 1912, the virus would be expected to have evolved independently for 70 years in Europe and North America with the selection of mutants with better growth potential in the different wild hog populations on the two continents.
Here's some of the vivid detail she uses to invoke a slaughter: "As soon as the hogs were shot or knocked in the head, hung upside down and scalded, my uncle and other men went to work scraping the hair from them.
Now the state has engaged private and public resources in a rapid search for better ways to handle hog waste.
Purdue University researchers believe that by locating the genes for aggressive behavior in hogs they can make the boss hog into a more sensitive soul and less piggy.