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totus porcus

humorous slang A fake Latinization of the phrase "whole hog," meaning completely, entirely, or without restraint or reserve. If we're going to do a trip around Europe, let's go totus porcus and do the trip the right way! I accept your explanation and apology totus porcus, Bill. No need to say anything further on the matter.
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You wanted to be in totus porcus, and to be among friends who were in totus porcus, and it was the greatest imaginable gift to discover that.
Esa fauna coexiste con varias especies domesticas: oveja (Ovis aries), cabra (Capra hircus), cerdo (Sus scrofa porcus) y perro (Canis familiaris).
One study by Solounias & Semprebon (2002) used different methods than those employed in the current study to view and compute the microwear of two browsing suids, Hylochoerus meinertzhageni (the giant forest hog) and Potamochoerus porcus (the African bush pig).
Old French porpeis was a "squished" version of the Latin porcus piscis, which literally meant "pig fish." "At least 40 spellings of the word have been recorded since it entered English in about 1300!" said Ms.
Always prominent, the son of Taipan produced a fine late turn of foot to see off the Liam Burke-trained duo of Totus Porcus and Offurocker by a neck.
The species is named pugaporcinus (based on the following Latin roots and suffix respectively: puga = rump; porcus = pig; and inus = having the likeness of) for its resemblance to the "rump of a pig." Puga and porcus are nouns in opposition, resulting in a masculine specific epithet to agree in gender with Chaetopterus.
Three of the fourteen species, whose data permits to estimate relative abundances, are very abundant (Table 1): (1) Cephalophus monticola (0.315 signs/km), (2) Potamocherus porcus (0.19 signs/km), and (3) Cephalophus dorsalis (0.16 signs/km).
In it, a protagonist named Gregory Gryll, Esq., declares himself Epicuri de grege porcus ("A pig from Epicurus's herd") "and held, though he found it difficult to trace the pedigree, that he was lineally descended from the ancient and illustrious Gryllus, who maintained against Ulysses the superior happiness of the life of other animals to that of the life of man" (14).
Mammals such as bush pig (Potamochoerus porcus) and duiker (Cephalophus, Sylvicapra) species in African lowland forest, and peccaries (Pecari.
The species present include drill (Mandrillus [=Papio] sphinx), bush pig (Potamochoerus porcus), and water chevrotain (Hyemoschus aquaticus), which has disappeared locally although it is not in danger of extinction.