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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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Genetic relationships between composition of pork bellies and performance, carcass and meat quality traits.
Happy Bellies Organic Multigrain Baby Cereal (Organic Oats, Organic Quinoa, and Organic Amaranth--making this variety a heady source of protein and dietary fiber)
The digastric muscle is located in the anterior region of the neck and its bellies are the limits of the submandibular (digastric), submental and carotid triangles.
Tim Hannagan, a Chicago-based trader and analyst with Alaron Trading, cautions investors that pork bellies are thinly traded and fluctuate a great deal in price on a weekly and daily basis.
However, the carp exposed to pike grew much larger bellies, the researchers discovered--despite the fact that the added bulk increased their drag through the water, requiring them to swim harder.