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Miss Laura got a stick and scratched poor piggy's back a little, and then she went back to the house.
BEAUTIFUL JOEMARSHALL SAUNDERS
Pretty soon they trotted down the walk to see Mistress Piggy and her three lazy, grunting children.
So at that call the laddies pelted Mistress Piggy and her children with tufts of grass.
They are generally stout, piggy-faced gentlemen, who eat hearty suppers, and patronise free-and-easys.
"Piggy-widden" is a west-country dialect term, meaning a little white pig, used as an endearment for the youngest of a family.
I think people born and brought up without plumbing are always piggy about bath tubs when once they come in contact with them.
Sappy was not an athlete nor an intellectual giant, but his little piggy eyes were wonderfully sharp and clear.
TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON
Let's get out of here; we don't want to piggy-mix in their party.
UNDER THE LAWEDWINA STANTON BABCOCK
Piggy lay back in his chair and gazed pensively at the ceiling.
CUPID IN AFRICAP. C. WREN
"There's somethin' mighty seldom about Piggy," declared Bud, musingly.

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