swill


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Synonyms for swill

Synonyms for swill

to swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts

an act of drinking or the amount swallowed

Synonyms for swill

wet feed (especially for pigs) consisting of mostly kitchen waste mixed with water or skimmed or sour milk

feed pigs

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drink large quantities of (liquid, especially alcoholic drink)

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Media Contact: Farah Fleurima, Swine & Swill, 734-646-4008, farah@swineandswill.
These changes will create a new offence for businesses such as restaurants or garbage disposal services that have been found to be supplying swill for feeding pigs, with a fine of up to $53,139," Mr Walsh said.
BVA president Robin Hargreaves said: "The legislation barring traditional swill feeding has been very effective in protecting the UK against further outbreaks of diseases.
Last summer she attended a three-day swill basket course at Woodland Skills Centre in Bodfari near Denbigh.
And Government officials fear it could spread further if farmers "cut corners" and fail to obey safety guidelines in preparing swill.
Swill said that his office has recently been fielding inquiries from across the globe regarding potential real estate investments in New York City.
THE last known oak swill basket to be made in North Wales has been discovered in a Denbighshire garage.
SEEING Peter Hain and Albert Owen waving Labour's latest promises reminded me of the editor's discretion words spoken some years ago by the Welsh poet Harri Webb: "It is election time again and here come the London Parties with their promises like the rattle of swill buckets on the troughs of the Welsh electorates.
Defra has been found guilty of maladministration over the ban on pig swill at the time of the 2001 foot-and-mouth epidemic.
The Journal yesterday reported that 62 former pig swill users forced out of business by the epidemic want pounds 40m - claiming state vet Jim Dring could have done more to prevent foot-and-mouth spreading from the Northumberland farm at the centre of the outbreak.
Britain bans the use of uneaten airline dinners in swill, because they may contain food sourced from abroad which could bring disease into the country.
Over his 30-year career, Kevin Swill says he has gone "lull circle" on all sides of a real estate financing deal.
Swill the wine around in the glass then put your nose into the top and smell the aromas.
The inquiry began in October 2003, and swill feeders delayed launching their legal claim, hoping the findings would strengthen their case.
The epidemic, thought to be caused by pig swill contaminated by meat unlawfully brought into Britain, cost the country an estimated pounds 8 billion, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).