Here was the chute, with its river of hogs, all patiently toiling upward; there was a place for them to rest to cool off, and then through another passageway they went into a room from which there is no returning for hogs.
Upon both sides of this wheel there was a narrow space, into which came the hogs at the end of their journey; in the midst of them stood a great burly Negro, bare-armed and bare-chested.
I won their gratitude by buying out all the hogs at the lump sum of sixteen pennies, which was rather above latest quotations.
And when I saw her fling herself upon those hogs, with tears of joy running down her cheeks, and strain them to her heart, and kiss them, and caress them, and call them reverently by grand princely names, I was ashamed of her, ashamed of the human race.
Such is the summary style in which the Typees convert perverse-minded and rebellious hogs
into the most docile and amiable pork; a morsel of which placed on the tongue melts like a soft smile from the lips of Beauty.
The door of the saloon being flung open, the drove of hogs
ran in all directions save the right one, in accordance with their hoggish perversity, but were finally driven into the back yard of the palace.
While visits of ceremony and grand diplomatic conferences were going on between the partners and the king, the captain, in his plain, matter-of-fact way, was pushing what he considered a far more important negotiation; the purchase of a supply of hogs
When the meeting was in progress, he rose in the midst of the company and said that he had no money which he could give, but he had raised two fine hogs
, and that he had brought one of them as a contribution toward the expenses of the building.
Then I let him know what I had brought over in the sloop, besides all this; I mean the horses, hogs
, and cows, and other stores for our plantation; all which added to his surprise, and filled his heart with thankfulness; and from this time forward I believe he was as sincere a penitent, and as thoroughly a reformed man, as ever God's goodness brought back from a profligate, a highwayman, and a robber.
It is now a well-established fact that glaciers move; I consider that my observations go to show, with equal conclusiveness, that a hog
in a spring does not move.
If I get you, I'd be a whole lot better to be a swell hog
fattenin' for market an' nothin' worryin', than to be a guy sick to his stomach from not savvyin' how the world is made or from wonderin' what's the good of anything.
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