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Belly

On a ship or airplane, the place underneath the main deck where cargo can be stored. The belly is also called the pits or the holds.
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The caterpillar has a bellyache from all of the food he has eaten, but after eating the leaf, he gets stronger and later emerges as a beautiful butterfly.
Kids get a lot of bellyaches, from all kinds of things, and obviously most of them don't require emergency care.
But it's obvious no one there has ever done so because such a person wouldn't bellyache about our combat operations.
They give me a bellyache, and I've got a beauty right now.
17) seems timely: a new Grumman G-1 turbo-prop armed with cutting-edge transmission equipment has been tasked to orbit Cuban airspace around the clock, ensuring that Marti reaches viewers uncensored during Fidel's bellyache.
I find it amusing what some people will write to you to bellyache about.
I suppose it's indelicate to bellyache that gay people are being mainstreamed just the way black people and Latin people have been: The conventional beauties make it to prime time; the "real people" don't even qualify for reality shows.
Bellyache Butte is a fortress-like hunk of real estate.
Since surgery and anesthesia always carry risks, we don't want doctors to start cutting up everyone with a bellyache.
Conflicts over logging are giving managers a bellyache as people's sentiments shift from timber to other forest values.
And in a report to be published in ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION, Johns and Martin Duquette of McGill describe their laboratory simulation of an unusual culinary tradition of the Pomo tribe in California, showing that clay added to acorns during cooking binds and breaks down bitter-tasting tannins from the seeds, thus preventing a possible bellyache.
Because of that, the first few days of the term in Colonel Jim's class were packed with entertainment, as one student or another tried to imprint himself on the colonel's mind -- reciting the Gettysburg Address in answer to a question about the ancient Greek, falling to the floor with a groan in hope of being remembered as "the one with the bellyache," offering to wash the blackboard even though Colonel Jim rarely bothered to write anything on it.