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Swine, fool, swine,'' said the herd, ``every fool knows that.
You are already swine in everything but the human form, which you disgrace, and which I myself should be ashamed to keep a moment longer, were you to share it with me.
It looked so intolerably absurd to see hogs on cushioned thrones, that they made haste to wallow down upon all fours, like other swine.
cried the enchantress, giving them some smart strokes with her wand; and then she turned to the serving men--"Drive out these swine, and throw down some acorns for them to eat.
As for his companions, he could not imagine what had become of them, unless they had been given to the swine to be devoured alive.
The chief butler liked nothing better than to see people turned into swine, or making any kind of a beast of themselves; so he made haste to bring the royal goblet, filled with a liquid as bright as gold, and which kept sparkling upward, and throwing a sunny spray over the brim.
She therefore led Ulysses out of the back entrance of the palace, and showed him the swine in their sty.
When he approached the sty, two and twenty enormous swine separated themselves from the herd, and scampered towards him, with such a chorus of horrible squealing as made him clap both hands to his ears.
It will require greater magic, I trow, than it did to make swine of them.
He passed over to the other side, a few miles away and relieved two men of devils, which passed into some swine.
The swine of Manator are as just as they are brave.
And also this parable give I unto you: Not a few who meant to cast out their devil, went thereby into the swine themselves.
They started gobbling everything in sight like a lot of swine, and while they gobbled democracy went to smash.
It's all a mess--blind bats, hungry swine, and filthy buzzards--"
pH1N1 virus has been identified in swine in several Latin American countries, including Argentina (17), Brazil (18,19), Colombia (20), and Mexico (21), because of human-to-swine transmission events that have occurred since 2009.