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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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We thought everything was getting ruined because the leaves, the dust, and everything were blowing up in the air, and then getting stuck on the pigpen and the panels.
rat Weight (g) Sex most frequent location 1 80 Male pigpen 2 210 Male outside shed 3 460 Male periphery with vegetation 4 230 Female periphery with vegetation 5 290 Female outside shed 6 310 Female periphery with vegetation 7 160 Male (disperser individual)- # rat home range Lmax (m) # location (ha) points 1 0.
Tick collections in villages and detection of African swine fever virus in ticks, Senegal * Presence of Ornithodoros sonrait Pigpen Sampling site no.
The actual trip, though, involves a pigpen, a farmer's yard, a grassy fence line, an erosion ditch, a creek and hand-to-hand combat with tree roots before arriving at the base of the stand.
chicken's eggs beneath the pigpen, uncollected, because neither of
Thus science has given credence to the phrase "happy as a pig in--" uh, a pigpen.
Clean up and organize your shop: It is hard for anyone to believe that anything will be improved in a repair shop that looks like a pigpen.
Pigpen, now known as Matt, is a homophobic clean-freak who carries around a hand dispenser of Purell in his pocket.
Initially, the request to regard a pigpen as a 'site of richly layered psychic significance' appears slightly absurd.
Thomas is comfortable writing about this period of history, with Behind the Mask: The Life of Queen Elizabeth I and The Princess in the Pigpen already to her credit.
The camera wanders like an inquisitive child everyone's too preoccupied to notice, moving smoothly and constantly, sometimes panning up and back for a panoramic shot, and frequently digressing in the direction of a pigpen by the side of the road whose inmates wallow obliviously in the mud.
Jostling in a pigpen with two feisty specimens called Kylie and Britney is the last place most people would expect to find William Kendall, a business and brands guru renowned for turning around New Covent Garden Food Co and now at the helm of Green & Black's.
He looked so groomed and immaculate that, stood next to him, I felt like Pigpen from the Snoopy cartoons (remember?
The hike through Beauty Ranch takes you out on the Lake Trail from London Cottage (the author's writing retreat), along the vineyard, and past the grand brick Pig Palace, a complex pigpen devised by London.
From a downer of a 2003 season that ended with five consecutive losses, the last to Fresno State in December in the Silicon Valley Football Classic in a pigpen of a stadium in San Jose.