hoggin


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hoggin

(ˈhɒɡɪn) or

hogging

n
(Civil Engineering) a finely sifted gravel containing enough clay binder for it to be used in its natural form for making paths or roads
[C19: perhaps the same as hogging from hog in the sense of arching the back, from the shape given to a road to facilitate drainage]
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O they went - with PS11,000 from the ship's safe, living high on the hog instead of low on the hoggin (Hoggin, pronounced 'aboard HMS have Andrew, as we the Navy, a 'Oggin, Navyspeak for sea).
The cameras followed Brent as he tried to forge a career as a ``celebrity sales rep'' after being sacked from Wernham Hoggin Slough.
Lilly Funnell, who will be two next month, was the best child entry, on her pony Hoggin.
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In a statement, council officer Anthony Hoggins said: "I saw John Carruthers lying on the ground and I approached him, thinking he was poorly.
The other finalists were Dylan Jones of Bryn Rhydd, Edern Pwllheli, Gwynedd, a member of South Caernarfon Grassland Society; David Williams, Upper Bolbro, Abermule, a member of Powys Grassland Society; and John Hoggins, Upper Whitecastle Farm, Abergavenny, a member of Monmouth Grassland Society.
It was Oxford who scored the first try, Andrew Hoggins going over following a scrum.
Jackie Planchet added three goals and two assists and Julia Hoggins 12 saves for top-seeded Bromfield, which faces second-seeded Grafton in the final on Saturday.
Oxford replied within a matter of minutes through Matt Fiander after Andrew Hoggins had produced a lovely flick pass as he hit the line.
In Great Bolas Henry took lodgings with a farmer called Thomas Hoggins in the summer of 1789, before buying a smallholding in the village.
Hanks thinks he probably spent more time in make-up preparing to play thuggish, modern-day Irish author Dermot Hoggins than he did actually depicting him on set.