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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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Keough said in a statement the new law "will open a whole new industry towards eliminating the growing population of feral hogs in the State of Texas.
Another time, the hogs got where they wouldn't eat ear corn, so my dad called the vet.
is in the business of breeding, raising and selling breeder and market hogs in China.
Home cooks will find pastured pork from American Guinea hogs to be rich enough in fat to stay succulent in cooking, whether in the high, dry heat of grilling and roasting or in the low-and-slow, moist heat of braising and barbecuing.
When I approached the feeder I saw my two hogs lying there underneath the feeder.
The only hogs they had seen were domestic pigs on a farm or in a hunting magazine.
A scourge for landowners, golf courses, homeowners associations and conservation managers alike--Manatee County's natural resources director Charlie Hunsicker estimates the hogs' cost to the state is in the millions--wild hogs compete with native species for food, pollute water with their wallowing, and tear up the landscape like efficient plows in their eternal search for all things edible.
Mexico also imposed a ban on imports of hogs from the US in May 2013 because of the PED outbreak.
Depending on where you are, adult feral hogs can run anywhere between 80 and 300 pounds, although the great majority are between 100 and 200 pounds.
is that given the age and health of Mr Garner, that one or more of the hogs knocked Mr Garner to the ground, whereupon hogs killed and consumed him," the statement said.
died last Thursday after attempting to feed the hogs around 7:30 a.
Here's a look at the state of hogs and the various hunting opportunities.
Butchering the hogs is no different than any other large animal, say, beef cattle.
The growers who founded the North Carolina Natural Hog Growers Association (NCiNHGA), a nonprofit cooperative, have found that--in addition to the quality of the pork itself--production practices used to grow hogs can he a valuable marketing tool.