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  • n. Plural form of pig.

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Examples

  • Let me know if anyone is interested. okulonews How to make a living by not rearing pigs #pigs

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  • 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.

    Animal Farm (review)

  • New word, invented by me; combines Trough as in pigs, with Profligate.

    IRA Demand BBC Apology over Jacko Jibe

  • 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.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • And as for the slain pigs, lest they spoil, he made of their carcasses a great feast.

    CHAPTER XIX

  • What the hell theees fukin pigs making fun of muslims

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  • Sometimes, these new viruses die, sometimes they stay in pigs, and rarely, they can infect people who work with the pigs.

    Influenza Vaccine

  • Before the horrified eyes of the terrorists, our soldiers dipped their bullets in pigs blood.

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  • 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.

    The Boar War

  • 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.

    The Boar War

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