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bog in

1. To eat or commence eating heartily and vigorously; to tuck into one's food. Primarily heard in Australia. I'm happy so many people could be here for this meal. Now, bog in, everyone! After five hours of working in the sun, we all bogged into our meal in silence.
2. To do or undertake something quickly or enthusiastically. Primarily heard in Australia. If we all bog in, we'll have this shed built in no time.
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Evidence for this appears to be provided by the significant changes that have taken place in Tamarack Bog in only 17 years (as well as other major changes over the past 100 years).
We would back the message of the Montgomery Wildlife Trust that the Welsh Government needs to look at investing in work to restore blanket bog in Wales.
One small patch of this vast landscape, the Sax-Zim Bog in northern Minnesota is a patchwork of black spruce and tamarack bogs, mixed woods, and old hayfieds.
The group worked with some of the Trust's regular volunteers at Holburn Moss peat bog in ecology and history of the site.
Many of the 200 skilled workers in a 1,000-acre bog in Galway's Mountbellew and Newbridge areas voiced their anger as they began harvesting there for the last time.
The terms acrotelm and catotelm (Ingram 1978) describe the 2 layers of the bog in terms of hydrologic function (Fig.
Like its much larger counterparts--Burns Bog in the Vancouver suburb of Delta, the Lulu Island Bog in Richmond and Pitt Polder Bog to the east of the city--it includes several plant species not normally found in this biogeoclimatic zone.
As in the hydrology analysis, the nutrient concentration values from the middle of the bog in the 2001 and 2002 monitoring periods are reported as cumulative data.
Ice cream prizes are awarded to the fastest and slowest snorkellers, although a tough, new rule introduced this year saw flailing competitors hauled out if they couldn't complete one length of the bog in a minute and a half.
In 1999 and 2000 we conducted a floristic inventory of two of these newly discovered bogs: Lewis Klein's Bog in northeastern Natchitoches Parish (T13NR6WS35-36) and Lynn's Bog in northwestern Winn Parish (T13NR5WS9).
This project builds upon the work carried out under Coillte s previous LIFE-funded project (LIFE04 NAT/IE/000121 Restoring Raised Bog in Ireland ), which was completed in December 2008.
UP to 90 people defied EU and Irish laws to cut turf when they brought machinery on to Clonmoylan Bog in Co Galway on Friday night and blocked off all access roads.
The 26th World Bog Snorkelling Championships saw around 110 competitors take to the "water" at the Waen Rhydd Bog in Powys.
Steve Garnett, the moorland warden at RSPB Geltsdale responsible for the project said: "Commercial forestry planting and overgrazing has led to a worrying decline in blanket bog in the UK.
After 25 years of cultivating the muddiest bog in the UK, the dirtiest water sport of the year will descend upon Llanwrtyd Wells from 11am on August 31.