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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hogtie.

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Examples

  • A Joliet woman accused with three others of the brutal slaying of a Channahon man found "hogtied" with his hands and feet bound has been mailing poems and rap lyrics from behind bars, professing her innocence and complaining about the jail's food and bedding.

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  • NASA sent 'hogtied' chimps and other primates into space to die there circling in the lonely void.

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  • But because the "Munsters" & "McHale's Navy" TV series were still in production at that time, the filmmakers were kind of hogtied, storywise.

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  • Yes, Ermina was willing to get up close and personal with Richard, but only when he was hogtied, hand and foot.

    Fatal Error

  • Nonfiction historians are hogtied; no amount of speculative verbiage can truly fill an absence of facts.

    Counting On Progress

  • A visit from a disgusting serial killer later, and Alex is hogtied in the back of his truck and Marie is along for the ride.

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  • An Alabama minister who died in June of “accidental mechanical asphyxia” was found hogtied and wearing two complete wet suits, including a face mask, diving gloves and slippers, rubberized underwear, and a head mask, according to an autopsy report.

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  • Lawsuits related to the arrests have cost taxpayers more than $10 million in settlements of complaints that police officers, without warning, swept up demonstrators, commuters and tourists three blocks from the White House, leaving some hogtied wrist-to-ankle or detained for up to a day.

    D.C. police testify about 2002 World Bank arrests

  • Steve Branch, Christopher Byers and Michael Moore were found nude, and hogtied, and rumors of Satanism roiled the community in the weeks following their deaths.

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  • Parkes said that most of the research so far into the use of restraint techniques in prisons or mental health services had focused on people who were being held prone on the floor or even hogtied when limbs are tied together.

    Restraining technique used by officials 'increases risk of death'

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