Recent Examples of piglet from the Web
According to news reports, Cruz killed squirrels with a pellet gun, trained his dogs to attack a neighbor’s piglets, posted on Instagram about guns and killing animals and eventually threatened at least one teen.
The artist Saeborg Latex created the largest work in the show, a room-size inflated vinyl pig with suckling piglets.
Standing next to a sow delivering piglets, Shi Ruixin said his costs would increase sharply if China squeezed U.S. soybean imports.
The adorable pups on Teams Ruff and Fluff will be joined by a chicken performing the National Anthem, ducklings, piglets and baby bunnies.
This year’s event also includes: a chicken playing the national anthem; duckling, piglet and bunny cheerleaders; a sloth assisting the referee; and the traditional kitten halftime show, this time featuring Kitt-ENSYNC.
In one study, scientists created piglets that no longer have active genes for a pig virus, a key step in making their organs suitable for transplant in humans.
The racing piglets were named after Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, and Scarlett O’Hara.
Today, Sophie and her seven piglets are sitting fat and happy in their new home.
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First Known Use of piglet
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Definition of piglet for English Language Learners
: a baby pig
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