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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.
See also: bog
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(14) Derek Gladwin, 'Staging the Trauma of the Bog in Marina Carr's By the Bog of Cats ...', Irish Studies Review, 19.4 (2011), 387-400 at p.
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).
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.
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.
The unit highlighted Daingaen Bog in County Offaly as being particularly rich in finds.
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).
Rates of peat formation in relation to degree of humification and local environment, as shown by studies of a raised bog in Denmark Boreas 4:1-17.
The area of relatively undisturbed lowland raised bog in the UK has diminished by about 94%, from 95 000 ha to 6 000 ha, over the past century.
The Punjab government thinks that by inducting BoG in the colleges the standard of education would be raised but the teachers as well as students have apprehensions regarding the new system.
An ancient bog in Ceredigion that has attracted the attentions of archeologists, conservationists and even poets for centuries has found a new role.
The Tollund Man was found in a Danish peat bog in 1950.
The 10 basins that were selected for detailed morphometric analysis occur mainly in northeast Indiana (Kosciusko, Lagrange, Noble, and Steuben Counties) with the exception of Shoemaker Bog in northwest Indiana (La Porte County).
John, 41, swam two lengths of a 60-yard trench cut out of a peat bog in Wales in 1 minute, 39 seconds beating the existing record by five seconds.
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.