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porker

n. a fat person. Sally is not exactly a porker, but she is not skinny either.
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At the same time, many authors are reporting that an increase in the live weight of porkers may be one of the factors which improve the quality of meat as well as limit the defects related to wateriness (Martin et al.
Captain Porker and his motley bumbling Piganeers have anchored off a small desert isle following a lucrative pursuit of Spanish galleons.
its February Porker of the Month for his baffling incoherence on whether or not the federal government has a spending problem.
As long as the car comes with a neatly stamped service book, and you have it inspected and HPI-checked, the Boxster is a dependable and charismatic Porker, which is now looking unbelievably cheap.
And GH Pickings, of East Boldon, South Tyneside, was given the North East Legendary Banger award for its Pitman's Porker Sausage.
However G H Pickings Pitmans Porker Sausage stood out as something genuinely different.
The inflatable porker first flew above London's Battersea power station in 1976 to create one of the band's most striking sleeves for the Animals LP.
The porker, nicknamed Babe, landed on her feet after she tumbled from a truck and was found wandering the road just yards from the safe haven.
Now ``prodigious porker,'' provided by Kevin Holyoak, owner of the ``hunting plantation'' where the hog was killed.
Two birdies on the back nine helped ride the University of New Mexico junior into a share of the four-day, 72-hole, no-cut tournament's first-round lead with Adam Porker of Melbourne, Australia.
Feld financed "Operation Preempt," a covert campaign to prevent Porker from publishing a book that would expand on her Ringling revelations.
The 130kg porker, called Max the Star, often shared Clooney's bed until it died in 2006.
One porker who won't be turned into bacon is much-loved pig Blossom, who makes the journey back to River Cottage for breeding.
So Fern rescues the little pig, christening the porker Wilbur (voiced by Kay), and vows to take care of the animal herself.
Seeking help from a clever spider called Charlotte (Julia Roberts), who has a magical way with words, the porker tries to avoid the chop and prove to the local community that he is indeed a very 'humble' and 'extraordinary pig'.