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Piggies

A slang term for the banking sector.
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Alt then appeared on the scene and coincidentally brought with her a dress for Miss Piggy.
This savings method was also particularly popular in the North East of England and Yorkshire and the Humber, where 84% of children surveyed use a piggy bank, the research from Halifax found.
This savings method was also particularly popular in the North East of England and Yorkshire and the Humber, where 84 per cent of children surveyed use a piggy bank, the research from Halifax found.
I had to be out of town for work on Monday and Tuesday that week so Valerie searched for Piggy Smalls alone.
After spending a week at the vets, Piggy is now back home and recovering from the near cat-astrophe.
The months after Christmas, when many families are getting their finances back on track, also appears to be the time when piggy bank raiders are most prolific, with many parents saying they tended to take money between January and April.
I usually write names on the backs of completed piggy pockets as the students bring them to the drying area.
Feminists have been outraged that a powerful feminist icon like Miss Piggy has been pushed aside by Kermit and that his behaviour is typical of men's urge to date younger, dumber plasticine look-alikes.
Everyone can claim a $30 Piggy Bank Freebie and more players will receive $75 Piggy Bank Bonuses every day.
1 April 2014 -- US youth payments service Virtual Piggy Inc (OTCQB: VPIG) said that it has partnered with UK-based e-commerge firm Visualsoft.
As an added bonus, Gaia Online users will receive an exclusive in-game item when they purchase Gaia Cash with their Virtual Piggy account.
Piggy banks of various forms emerged, made by the local "fawakherji," or pottery maker.