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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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It was a spectacular bellyflop - extremely sore and made worse by the smirks of other swimmers as I emerged trying not to look in pain.
Kuqi did not manage to pull off his famous bellyflop celebration during his time on Tyneside with chances limited in front of goal.
A new push for peace in the Middle East would not be a guaranteed bellyflop into diplomatic disaster.
NICK Clegg, the Lib Dem's bellyflop leader, found himself between a rock and a hard place last night.
I like to think I speak for most when I ask all our councillors to stop the blame game and put aside their petty bickering to work together as all elected members should for the good of their electors and for the greater good of the city, before Capital of Culture is no more than a bellyflop.
They made one last-gasp attempt to tie it in the ninth when pinch hitter Olmedo Saenz smacked a double high off the centerfield wall and did what amounted to a bellyflop into second base.
Johnny Depp's The Lone Ranger is not the first megabudget Western bellyflop.
Shefki Kuqi is the only striker who can be called to arms, otherwise it's down to tweaking the tactics and we await to see if our 34-year-old late import will be a bellyflop or do a bellyflop (after scoring).
With runners on first and third in the seventh, he did a bellyflop on the infield dirt to snare a sinking liner from New York's Marlon Anderson, ending the inning and keeping the game tied.
I may be oversimplifying things here, but blimey - one crap bellyflop and before you know it your wife's knocking off a builder while you're away from your lavish Oxshott home (featuring frescoed snooker room).