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Encyclopedia > Piggy

Piggy may refer to:

  • One who consumes large quantities of food and/or drink in a gluttonous manner.
  • a small pig
  • The character Piggy from the novel The Lord of the Flies
  • Miss Piggy, a character from the Muppets
  • Piggy from the Merrie Melodies cartoons
  • A song by Nine Inch Nails on their 1994 album The Downward Spiral
  • Denis D'Amour, deceased guitar player from the Canadian heavy metal band Voivod
  • Piggy, a character from Power Rangers: S.P.D.
  • Nickname of the PEGI

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Miss Piggy - Muppet Wiki - A Wikia wiki (1053 words)
Miss Piggy is one of the central characters on The Muppet Show, a force of nature who developed from a one-joke running gag into a complex, three-dimensional character.
From modest beginnings (which she is quick to gloss over), Miss Piggy first broke into show business by winning the Miss Bogen County beauty contest, a victory which also marked her first meeting with frog of her life, Kermit.
In episode 116, Miss Piggy threatened Scooter into making Kermit jealous by having him tell Kermit that she and Avery Schreiber were madly in love with each other.
Piggy Banks Through the Ages by Nancy Wurtzel: The Sideroad (1231 words)
The piggy bank isn't associated with any holiday and it has no religious ties and it is found in many cultures from North and South America to Europe, Asia and parts of Africa.
Piggy banks have always been fun, but many parents are now taking them much more seriously as they teach their children the rewards of saving money.
The piggy bank can be a first step in creating a "money-smart child." It can act as a springboard for good saving and spending habits as well as the precursor for savings or investment accounts that earn interest.
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