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a young pig in a sentence

1. Through a young pig named Squealer, Napoleon claims credit for the windmill idea, claiming that Snowball was only trying to win animals to his side.

2. The term is probably derived from an earlier dialect term for a young pig: Wright's 19th-century English Dialect Dictionary notes "snorker" as a widespread word for a piglet, related to the word "snork", to grunt or snore.

3. Falconer wrote and illustrated the Olivia series of children's books, chronicling the adventures of a young pig, a series initially conceived as a Christmas gift for his young niece.

4. Toby Twirl is a young pig who walks upright.

5. The term Boneen is Newfoundland Gaelic dialect for a young pig (derived from Dineen > Irish Gaelic).

6. Based on the dating of coins and other evidence such as a foundation burial of a young pig, it was suggested that the site had been occupied since the third century CE. The layout of the building, dominated by a large hall, relatively common in Britain and Germany, led to the hypotheses by archaeologist J. T. Smith that this type of building was used by an extended family group rather than nuclear family.

7. Most of the pig can be used to produce fresh meat and in the case of a suckling pig, the whole body of a young pig ranging in age from two to six weeks is roasted.

8. When taken from the water, the fish often 'grunt' in similar manner to a young pig.

9. The Sampler silently sets up a transfusion through which he transfers a worm from Kris's body into that of a young pig.

10. However, because of the ancient robbery of the tomb, only few finds turned up. Among those were parts of a wooden carriage, the Prince's bones, and the skeleton of a young pig.

11. The texture of the meat can be somewhat gelatinous due to the amount of collagen in a young pig.