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blind pig

n. Chiefly Upper Midwest & Western US
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blind′ pig′


n.
Chiefly Inland North and Pacific States. blind tiger.
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Then the harpooner carried away a pink flask to be filled in some blind pig, for there were no licensed saloons in that locality.
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The Blind Pig is based inside a converted church, the Land of Green Ginger, which already has a range of shops, on Front Street in Tynemouth.
Strictly on a need to know basis of course, we're letting you in on the news that The Blind Pig will open in a converted church in Tynemouth on Saturday, March 9.
A stylish new bar and lounge will complete the transformation, with a cocktail menu designed by awardwinning bartender Dan Berger, of London's The Ned and The Blind Pig. ?
His first feature, Blind Pig Who Wants to Fly (2008), received the FIPRESCI Prize at the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2009; and his short film Kara, The Daughter of a Tree (2005) was the first Indonesian film to be shown at the Director's Fortnight in Cannes 2005.
The blind pig was calm and mentally alert, but ataxic with partial flaccid paresis of the pelvic limbs, although able to stand up with help.
Tickets have sold out for Saturday, but are still available for Sunday, priced PS35, from bingleymusiclive.com/tickets Able's Army can also be seen at The Blind Pig, Sowerby Bridge, on Friday, September 8, or The Parish in Huddersfield on Saturday, September 30.
The Blind Pig takes its name from the US codename used for bars during the Prohibition era, and a blindfolded little piggie doubles as a doorknocker at this otherwise nondescript entrance on Poland Street.
You'll also be able to visit a former speakeasy, the Blind Pig on East 14th Street, where characters in the film enjoy shots of the intoxicating "giggle water".
Bridges delivers a masterclass in gruff cynicism and his verbal jousting with Birmingham is peppered with cracking oneliners ("Sometimes a blind pig finds a truffle!").