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hog (something)

To take or use something all for oneself; to not allow others to have or use something. Hey buddy, quit hogging the road! My wife always hogs the covers at night.
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hog

1. and hog cadillac n. a large car; a souped up car. (see also road hog.) How do you like my new hog? Where are you going to park that hog cadillac.
2. n. a police officer; a pig. The hogs are on to you.
3. n. an addict who requires very large doses to sustain the habit. (Drugs.) Ernie is turning into a hog. He just can’t get enough.
4. n. phencyclidine (PCP), an animal tranquilizer. (Drugs.) We’re glad to learn that the demand for hog is tapering off.
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The reduction in revenues reflects the impact from the sale of two hog farms in the third quarter of 2015 and the closure of another farm in 2014.
No wonder Texas allows the use of helicopters to reduce feral hog populations.
These Florida Cracker cur dogs, as they're called, are thick-bodied, working cattle dogs, long bred by Florida ranchers; Nelson explains that bay dogs bark and put a hog at bay, while catch dogs are braver and bite the hog to hold it while the hunters get behind it and grab its legs.
Mexican hog farmers also have little concern, given the results of the SENASICA tests and the ban on imports of US hogs.
30-06 will kill hogs dead, one of the draws to hog hunting is the ability to use specialized equipment.
A hunt on the 25,000-acre Cojo Jalama Ranch on the Central Coast netted this 175-pound wild hog.
In the wake of an outpouring of protest from local residents last year, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly passed an ordinance requiring among other things that a three-person task force evaluate all permit applications for Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs), facilities that house at least 1,000 hogs weighing 55 pounds or more.
In any case, the serologic tests available for the assay of anti-PRRSV Abs are likely inefficient or unsuitable for the detection of Abs to LDV-PRRSV intermediates that may be prevalent in wild hog populations.
It requires Smithfield Foods and its subsidiaries (representing about 70% of the state's hog industry) to pay $15 million to fund research and testing of what the agreement calls "environmentally superior technologies.
Allan Schinckel, professor of animal science and hog genetics, says scientists are well aware of the negative effects that aggressive behavior can have on hog production.
In December, some producers received just seven cents per pound--meaning they got about $18 for a hog that cost about $100 to raise.
Sales associates, managers and distributors will have a chance to win the Killer-Hog Hunt, an all-expense paid hog hunt in Paso Robles, Calif.
The latest phase of this structural change, labeled the industrialization of hog production, has been characterized by the expanding presence of very large, highly integrated pork producers, which now account for a sizable share of the industry.
Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Quebec Deputy Premier and Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food FranE*ois Gendron today gave an update on the status of the hog industry in light of high feed costs coupled with low hog prices that have seriously affected the cash flow of hog producers.
3 ( ANI ): US authorities are investigating how an American farmer from Oregon was eaten by his own pigs, after some of the man's remains were found at the hog enclosure.