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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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Girls and women may suffer more than males from another major cause of bad breathing: Many females think they look fat when their bellies move out.
As with black-bellies, fulvous drakes and hens are nearly identical with tawny brown heads, chest and bellies and darker brown wings and backs.
Effects of growth rate, sex and slaughter weight on fat characteristics of pork bellies. Meat Sci.
The governing bodies on both sides of the Atlantic want to ban them but opposition to that move on the US Tour is growing, as are the bellies.
Trading in pork belly futures had dropped to nearly zero in recent years after the meat industry became integrated and used fresh pork bellies instead of frozen ones to make bacon.
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SUMMARY: The digastric muscle is formed by two muscle bellies: one anterior and one posterior, joined by an intermediate tendon.
They learned to shimmy their hips and shoulders, roll their bellies, and swirl with their arms high in the air.