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We were living high off the hog in those days, people.
First you got to be a friend to the hog.
There was nothing to do but go the whole hog.
But the only way to do it is whole hog.
I recently decided to go whole hog and buy my own.
The term is sometimes used for a hog of any age.
"He said his name was Hog when you talked to him the first time?"
But it is a big program, a real memory hog.
Get on your hog, go anywhere you could think of.
New York, it turns out, is not an energy hog.
Living high on the hog may be the best revenge.
"I guess we were living pretty high on the hog," she said.
We either go whole hog with them or keep it for ourselves.
And who knows what else is coming from the hog farms.
Why do you want to look like a hedge hog?
Why not go the whole hog and file the body too?
I was in hog heaven to be on the road again.
"You just said that the real center of America was a hog farm."
Swiftly will probably go whole hog and work for the other party.
What was it the kid had said about going "whole hog"?
For all we know, they went the whole hog and switched her, too.
The only thing he could come up with was Hog for the motorcycle.
She was used to the city, theaters, and living high off the hog.
Go the whole hog and be prepared to take the consequences.
She'd tell him he was a pillow hog if she were there.
The definitions for lamb, hogget and mutton vary considerably between countries.
A third feature is that as young sheep they grow rapidly, and present fewer difficulties in hogget rearing.
A tasty compromise between lamb and mutton is hogget.
Hogget is a farming term that refers to young sheep and may refer to:
Also the meat of a hogget.
"Have a care, young hogget," Pilgrim warned.
Twenty miles away, Sextus, and I have been able to buy a flock of hogget sheep.
Hogget is the name of the first shearing of a sheep older than 7 months, and is the best wool that animal will ever give.
Occasionally Wedge-tailed Eagles will kill young sheep up to and including hogget size sheep.
He also bites one of the rustlers in the leg and squeals so loudly that Mrs. Hogget telephones the police.
On the west is Hogget Gill, a sidestream of picturesque Dovedale.
The autumn menu also brought together corned hogget (a leg of older lamb, pickled) and tomato-and-onion pie, two old-fashioned favorites.
Best Choreographer - Steven Hogget (nominee)
Behind Margot, in what appeared to be a small conference chamber, was her lifelong guardian and chauffeur, Hogget Ambridge.
The ancient creature palmed off upon the unsuspecting caterer as a hogget had been a familiar sight, stumping slowly about upon the deck.
'It's hogget and stuffing.'
One of the earliest animals to be domesticated for agricultural purposes, sheep are raised for fleece, meat (lamb, hogget or mutton) and milk.
Roger Hogget (NSW)
Brenda Hogget Q C, one of the five commissioners involved in the Family Law Report, says that the current legislation is confusing and dishonest.
Rejuvenated, Kyle Macdonald was magnificent, even in his worn-out jacket, frayed shirt, and the limp tartan tie with fresh stains of hogget stew.
It was a long pleasant ride with lunch at a licensed country hotel-a fricasee billed as hogget although almost certainly mutton, washed down by tankards of mild.
The NZ Sheepbreeders Association runs the annual Rabobank New Zealand Ewe Hogget Competition.
A lower tier of crags juts out into the valley with Stangs at its head, dividing Dovedale Beck from its main tributary, Hogget Gill.