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Piggies

A slang term for the banking sector.
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Piggy is cream-coloured, about 20 inches tall with a distinctive curly tail and wrinkled face.
One in five (20%) parents admit to pilfering PS60 or more annually, while just over a fifth (21%) raid the piggy bank at least twice a month.
This No Face piggy bank is set to retail for 5,184 yen (roughly P2,300) and will go on sale at Donguri Kyowakoku stores in Japan starting May 20.
For her caption, the Indiana native condemned the use of violence, saying, "Oh Miss Piggy violence is not the answer."
Network Rail's Dave Huntingdon was handed the grisly task of going to remove what he thought was a dead cat - but was overjoyed to find Piggy very much alive.
He added: "I didn't actually call her Miss Piggy - I just said she had a Miss Piggy haircut because she had a little ponytail sticking out of the top of her head.
|Banks Miss Frazzled frog Kermit has his work cut out trying to manage his unruly team while his diva ex, Miss Piggy, is the pampered host who's still squawking out demands.
Virtual Piggy also announced that it has expanded its partnership with Habbo to include France and Germany.
1 April 2014 -- US youth payments service Virtual Piggy Inc (OTCQB: VPIG) said that it has partnered with UK-based e-commerge firm Visualsoft.
The video slot, Piggy Fortunes, is a light-hearted 5 reel game based on the most famous porkers in the world - the three little pigs.
Charlotte Oliver, 19, who created Miss Piggy out of the crumpled tape, said: "These cassettes are real old-school and I had never really used one before.