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His dark-bay coat was sleek and smooth, his mane hogged, his heels neatly trimmed.
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
Well, he'd squared this cob's tail and hogged his mane so that he looked like another animal.
ROBBERY UNDER ARMSTHOMAS ALEXANDER BROWNE, AKA ROLF BOLDREWOOD
"Just because you've always hogged the public land is no reason why you should always continue to do so," said Plant cheerfully.
THE RULES OF THE GAMESTEWART EDWARD WHITE
When the corn crop matures, the larger individuals are given the liberty of the corn fields and the crop is "hogged down."
PRATT'S PRACTICAL POINTERS ON THE CARE OF LIVESTOCK AND POULTRYPRATT FOOD CO.
The horses are small and compact, like those on the frieze of Parthenon, and have hogged manes.
A CATALOGUE OF SCULPTURE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES, BRITISH MUSEUM, VOLUME I (OF 2)A. H. SMITH
The oil is extracted from the hogged mass by a steaming and roasting process.
AMERICAN FOREST TREESHENRY H. GIBSON
A million kinds of life are spawned on the floor, fighting for the light that tree had hogged for itself.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
Her back was broken, her frame shaken to pieces, and she hogged excessively.
THE LIFE OF ADMIRAL VISCOUNT EXMOUTHEDWARD OSLER
The long hairs in the mane should never be cut, unless it is intended to clip it off altogether, and make it into a “hogged” mane.
NOTES ON STABLE MANAGEMENT IN INDIA AND THE COLONIESJOSHUA A. NUNN
Occasionally a portion only was hogged, while the greater part remained in its natural condition.
THE SEVEN GREAT MONARCHIES OF THE ANCIENT EASTERN WORLD, VOL 2. (OF 7): ASSYRIAGEORGE RAWLINSON

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