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hog

(hôg, hŏg)
n.
a. Any of various mammals of the family Suidae, which includes the domesticated pig as well as wild species, such as the wild boar and the warthog.
b. A domesticated pig weighing over 54 kilograms (120 pounds).
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TERRY BRADLEY, BY EMAIL: If you're going to go to the bother of putting a TV on the wall, you may as well go the whole hog and have cables chased into the plaster.
Maybe he'll go the whole hog and suggest compulsory euthanasia for the over-75s - unless they are on a big pension, of course.
That was very much a half-way house - now we need to go the whole hog if we are to develop our economy further.
Perhaps we should go the whole hog and canonise Bush and his lackey Tony Blair.
If Coventry council really wants to go into the waste processing business, why not go the whole hog and enter the nuclear waste processing business.
I hope if we are going to use it that we go the whole hog and get all the technology available.
If you're going to force us to wear tights and look like ladyboys, we might as well go the whole hog.
It's a good job I don't go the whole hog and wear a pith helmet.
90, or go the whole hog with the pounds 100 collection for pounds 39.
We don't have fizzy drinks in school any more but they should go the whole hog and take out sweets and crisps, too.
Or why not go the whole hog and have a winter border filled with shrubs, perennials and bulbs, all of which do their thing at a time when others are hibernating?
Beef fanciers can go the whole hog, pardon the expression, and go for a combination of both the ground beef kebab and the filet kebab ($11.