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pigpen

n. a crosshatch or the number sign: #. (see also mesh.) There is nothing on my printout but a whole string of pigpens.
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Cambria County Fair: $10,076 toward new fencing around fair ground property, build new pigpens, stage pavilion and ticket booth.
They were so much better they required clean drinking waters (unavailable to 80 percent of Haiti's population), imported feed ($90 a year when the per capita income was about $130), and special roofed pigpens.
The owners of a new neighboring golf course sued Thompson, claiming that the odor of the pigs on his 47-year-old farm and the music he pipes into the pigpens disturb golfers.
Many investigators believe the future of xenotransplantation may dwell in pigpens.
84 acres of Green Belt land and includes stables, pigpens, a hay barn, chicken run and a carp lake.
sonrai in pigpens in 5 villages or groups of villages, 20-30 km apart per sampling site, along a north-south transect, as well as in warthog burrows in wild areas from 3 different forests (Figure 1).
One day, so long ago I think I might have dreamed it, I saw Plankton standing at the far edge of the pigpen.