from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A young pig.
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- n. A young pig; pigling.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a young pig
This little sea piglet is one of 15 animals Web Ecoist chose as the top strangest animals.
September 28th, 2009 10: 55 pm ET the piglet is so cute!!! history in the making on 360??? never! awesomeness!
It approaches - and nothing can stop it ... piglet is ...
Note that you are already devolving into ad hom with "piglet"
(AP) - A conservative think tank has rolled out a "piglet" book that outlines what the group calls wasteful spending at all levels of Nevada government along with a call for greater transparency in public finances.
I use bought and home made worm farms in the back garden here in Perth’s northern suburbs to take care of everything putrescible from our kitchen, and my wife Janny is a rare lass who prepares the greater proportion of everything from basics having now identified myself as a male chauvinistic piglet, meaning we generate a lot of compostibles, from peelings to leftovers and everything in between.
Radu Sigheti/Reuters A Roma woman brought a roasted piglet to the table during a gathering of the ethnic Roma minority in Costesti.
The fact that this miraculous profit generation was not even questioned by * anybody* among the so-called expert crowds is proof that whatever rationality there has been in economic theory has given way to Voodoo superstition. piglet Says:
Finance facilitates the rest of the modern economy. piglet Says:
The National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commission recommended a new federal tax on all transit tickets, similar to the tax imposed on plane tickets, to help supplement revenues from the gas tax and sales taxes. piglet Says:
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