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The premise involves a major company that claims to have bred the aforementioned porkers -- elephant-sized creatures that will help feed a starving world.
Also popular is the Double Porker featuring pork tenderloin with fried bacon, topped with beer cheese and served on a ciabatta bun with chips.
This year is the start of a markedly upward trend again — count on values rising again next year — and it’s on taxpayers to keep government porkers from getting so obese that they might be considered ...
With the help of more pigs, some dogs that Napoleon raised from a litter of puppies, and a propagandist porker named Squealer, Napoleon promises to make Animal Farm great again.
Monday, April 17 through Saturday, April 22 Go see the baby animals at Centennial Farm: The farm’s 600-pound porker, Miss Hammilton (yes, that’s her name) just gave birth to a new litter of piglets.
The swimming pigs of Exuma to be exact, a group of porkers on a small island called Big Major Cay, who over the years have taken up the hobby of paddling around in the area’s crystal blue waters.
The prize-winning porkers were not in residence, thank goodness, but their memory lingered on.
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PORKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of porker for English Language Learners
: a very fat pig used for food
: a fat person
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