Handy As Hip Pockets on a Hog: The Colorful Language of the American Southwest

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Taylor Publishing Company, Dec 1, 1989 - Humor - 138 pages
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Explains the history and meaning of Southwestern expressions from "Twelve acres of pregnant red hogs" to "It's time to put the chairs on the wagon"

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Donald Black is University Professor of the Social Sciences at the University of Virginia, and has taught legal sociology at both Harvard and Yale Law Schools. He has published four other books, including the highly acclaimed The Behavior of Law, which Contemporary Sociology called "the most
important contribution ever made to the sociology of law."

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