bog in


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bog in

vb (intr, adverb) , bogs, bogging or bogged
1. to start energetically on a task
2. to start eating; tuck in
Also (preposition): bog into
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Former finance minister Ishaq Dar who was re-elected chairman of the BoG in December 2015 for a term of three years had been declared absconder in corruption cases.
Angela Johnson and her dog Jack take part in the 32nd World Bog Snorkelling Championships at Waen Rhydd peat bog in Llanwrtyd Wells, yesterday Aaron Chown
Due to these compounded factors, scrutinising the bog in The Snake's Pass illuminates the Gothic and colonial associations already attributed to the novel, along with additional ecocritical strains, into a new analysis of the Bog Gothic.
The relatively slow rate of succession of Hickory Bog is similar to that of Smith's Bog, another small Dulichium dominated bog in Cheboygan Co., MI.
The reserve's vegetation has developed over a thick layer of peat and supports large stands of heather, bilberry and common cotton grass, which carpet the bog in shades of pink, purple and white in the summer.
The outdoor classroom is part of a larger regeneration project at Moseley Bog and Joy's Wood, which will see access improved, the old woodland preserved and attempt to reintroduce the Royal Fern, lost from the bog in the 1980s.
It was a misty, drizzly June morning when I found this great gray owl hunting the edges of a black spruce bog in northern Minnesota's Sax-Zim Bog His focus on securing prey was so intense Chat he rarely even glanced at me.
Aside from leading student expeditions, the professors research and visit the bog in their spare time.
After 25 years of cultivating the muddiest bog in the UK, the dirtiest water sport of the year will descend upon Llanwrtyd Wells from 11am on August 31.
Many of the 200 skilled workers in a 1,000-acre bog in Galway's Mountbellew and Newbridge areas voiced their anger as they began harvesting there for the last time.
The terms acrotelm and catotelm (Ingram 1978) describe the 2 layers of the bog in terms of hydrologic function (Fig.