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pigman

(ˈpɪɡˌmæn)
n, pl pigmen
(Agriculture) agriculture a male pig farmer
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pigman - a herder or swinepigman - a herder or swine      
drover, herdsman, herder - someone who drives a herd
Translations

pigman

[ˈpɪgmæn] N (pigmen (pl)) → porquerizo m, porquero m

pigman

n pl <-men> → Schweinehirt(e) m
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He shares the landscape with an array of chilling entities including The Black Eyed Child, Slender Man - an elongated ghostly figure - and The Pigman Of Cannock Chase, a half-man, half-hog monster.
Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann LLC has announced that Peter Thomson, Daniel Walter and James Dunne have become members of the firm.
They can be key precursors and components of both MS and NMS (Baysinger 1984; Bonardi, Hillman, and Keim 2005; Bonardi, Holburn, and Vanden Bergh 2006a; Frynas, Mellahi, and Pigman 2006), although extant research has focused more on the former than the latter (Zajac and Shortell 1989; Porter 1981; Certo et al.
Crowder joined the firm from Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann LLC, in New Orleans, La.
I have hunted such fabled phenomena as The Black Eyed Child, The Pigman of Cannock Chase - half human, half hog - and The Grey Lady of Dudley Castle.
For avid hunters, Crush with Lee and Tiffany, Pigman, Buck Commander, and Western Hunter are a few favorites.
The Thomas letter was a letter of representation advising Gonakis of the possibility of litigation against Pigman, Burrington, Stark, or Dragolis.
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Pigman would be bringing along a small camera crew with the intent to film the event for an episode of his TV series.
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Next were The Pigman by Paul Zindel and Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson, at three votes each, then a group of five titles that each got just two, including such worthy choices as Monster by Walter Dean Myers and The Giver by Lois Lowry.
Pigman, "Versions of Imitation in the Renaissance," Renaissance Quarterly 33.