- n. Plural form of pig.
“Let me know if anyone is interested. okulonews How to make a living by not rearing pigs #pigs”
“His portrayal of the farm animals as so easily fooled by Napoleon and the pigs is the book's weakest spot; indeed, in much of Orwell's writing he stumbles over the question of working-class consciousness.”
“New word, invented by me; combines Trough as in pigs, with Profligate.”
“Although the virus is genetically similar to the Swine Flu which affects pigs, it spreads human to human and had not been found in pigs, though there is a case where a pig may have caught the disease from a human who had been to Mexico.”
“And as for the slain pigs, lest they spoil, he made of their carcasses a great feast.”
“What the hell theees fukin pigs making fun of muslims”
“Sometimes, these new viruses die, sometimes they stay in pigs, and rarely, they can infect people who work with the pigs.”
“Before the horrified eyes of the terrorists, our soldiers dipped their bullets in pigs blood.”
“No state is better acquainted with the porcine menace than Texas, where more than 2 million rampaging hogs cost landowners some $52 million in damages annually, and where lawmakers recently debated a bill that would have allowed private hunters to gun down pigs from the air.”
“Informally allied with these official efforts are pro-am hog-doggers like Bolen, who insist dogs are the best way to clear pigs from a property.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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