from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A young pig.
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- noun A young pig;
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- noun a young pig
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September 28th, 2009 10: 55 pm ET the piglet is so cute!!! history in the making on 360??? never! awesomeness!
This little sea piglet is one of 15 animals Web Ecoist chose as the top strangest animals.
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.
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:
Radu Sigheti/Reuters A Roma woman brought a roasted piglet to the table during a gathering of the ethnic Roma minority in Costesti.