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However, it "succeeded" in enhancing the wealth at the top--in prodigious and even criminally hoggish ways.
This hoggish strategy effectively limited the person's ability to make a living.
Guyon, somewhat begrudgingly, accepts his Palmer's advice to "[l]et Grylle be Grylle, and have his hoggish mind" (87).
The problem, above all, is Americans' hoggish overconsumption.
The dunghill kind Delights in filth and foule incontinence: Let Grill be Grill, and haue his hoggish mind, But let vs hence depart, whilest wether serues and wind.
At North Wales Police headquarters (now rather worse for wear after yesterday's real fire) every day is a depressingly ground hoggish April 1.