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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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It seems that middle lane hoggers and drivers who tailgate others continue to annoy road users ...
According to research commissioned by Argos, our top shopping hates are pavement hoggers, followed by dawdling pedestrians.
About time I thought as I have suffered the annoyance of these hoggers who must know that the middle and outside lanes are for overtaking and not just because you like them.
Many of the men used to work in nothing but 'hoggers' (brief pants) so when these underground visits took place, a cry of "Get decent, the ATS are coming" used to go around.
Worcester Academy 79, Northfield Mount Hermon 66: Senior Peter Hagermoser of Bolton won the shot put and discus, and junior Henry Gleich of Berlin took the 200 and 400 and was on the victorious 400 and 1,600 relay teams as the visiting Hilltoppers (3-0) beat the Hoggers (2-1) for the first time since 1986.
Nica Pritchard added: "What we want to stop is the killers of fish, what we call the hoggers, people catching more than they should."
The survey also revealed that tailgating was still the number one irritant for drivers, followed by motorists talking on hand-held mobiles, middle-lane hoggers, crawlers and motorists who constantly switch lanes (swoopers).
Armrest hoggers also annoy people, as do travellers who get up before the seatbelt signs are off.
I am pleased to say that my pet hates of middle lane hoggers came in at 20% followed by 'swoopers', who cut across motorway lanes at the last minute at 5%.
Same goes for middle lane hoggers We've now reached a situation where there are adverts on the radio telling you to drive slower in the rain and explaining what a red X above a lane means.
Outside Lane Hoggers To hog in the outside lane requires a car that will cruise at 85 mph and the belief that whatever speed they choose to do above the old speed limit is the new speed limit.
DRIVERS who refuse to thank other motorists for giving way to them annoys more people than bullying bus drivers, middle-lane motorway hoggers and mobile phone users, it was revealed.