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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hogtie.


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  • It also hogties them from interferring, intimidating or abusing federal, state and local government officials of any branch of government. by

    First Black Top Cop; Eric Holder, Attorney General

  • "Blister sure ropes an 'hogties a heap of longhorn words."

    The Fighting Edge

  • However, many if not most, traders are plagued with errant emotions; that is, the abject fear and rampant greed that hogties so many traders that know what to do but can't do it because of those same emotions and faulty thinking.

  • In the pilot episode, she whips off her belt, uses it to flip the baddie over and effectively hogties him - fitting for a Texan. Weather News

  • He hogties abuse on HBO documentary "Death on a Factory Farm"

    NY Daily News

  • Barkett says losing the cars and deputies "hogties us," but he's doing what he can to keep residents safe.


  • She’s an S&M yogi: you sit on bean bags and listen to soothing zamfir music while she hogties your limbs with licorice rope and squeezes lemon halves into your eyes.

    Y.P.R.: Dear HBO

  • "lassos you, hogties your emotions and won't let you go."

    SMITH Magazine Superfeed


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