pigface


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pigface

(ˈpɪɡˌfeɪs)
n
(Plants) Austral a creeping succulent plant of the genus Carpobrotus, having bright-coloured flowers and red fruits and often grown for ornament: family Aizoaceae
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Plantings include grass trees (Xanthorrhoea latifolia), Midyim berries (Austromyrtus dulcis), quinine bush (Petalostigma triloculare), pigface (Corpabratus glaucescens), peanut tree (Sterulia quadrifida), native grasses (Poa labillardieri), Devil's Marbles (Eremophila debilis) and Australian cornflower (Rhaponticum austral).
Singer Fi did a 40-date USA tour fronting US collective Pigface with drummer Coventry-born superdrummer Martin Atkins (PIL) and JS Claydon (Pitchshifter) among others.
Single records were in a garden (in Pigface Carpobrotus glaucescens within 10 m of grasses) and in Eucalyptus woodland on a slope with no grass (but within 10 m of grass).
A singer in the Chicago-based industrial rock group Pigface, his arms are heavily tattooed, as is his entire back (with a dragon).
Sam is helping to remove a noxious weed called bitou bush and is planting indigenous plant species such as spinifex and pigface.
Then I had an epiphany when I saw Pigface, a Nile softshell turtle, batting around a basketball at the National Zoo in Washington, D.
He is also developing Pigface Point, an alternative lifestyle educational site near Sydney.
Wolverhampton-born Raven joined Killing Joke in 1982, but also played and wrote with other groups, including Ministry, Godflesh, Prong, Pigface, Murder Inc, and Amen.