belch


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Synonyms for belch

Synonyms for belch

to send forth (confined matter) violently

Synonyms for belch

expel gas from the stomach

become active and spew forth lava and rocks

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CPR University City is just the latest in a series of successful stores owned by Brent Belch and Joe Forth.
ab]), purchase intentions (Lutz, MacKenzie, & Belch, 1983), and consumers' buying behavior (Gresham & Shimp, 1985).
Push technologies dispatch web pages and news updates and may have sound and video geared to specific audiences and even individuals (Belch & Belch, 2003).
An absence of 398 days - he had "a bit of a leg" - is a concern that trainer Henry Daly readily acknowledges, but he has had Toby Belch ready to run since mid-March and was delayed only because he was waiting for good ground.
The main comic business is in safe hands with Richard McCabe, in a near Teddy Boy hairstyle as Belch, and James Fleet as Aguecheek, and Pamela Nomvete, making her RSC debut as Maria, is a real discovery.
Belch & Belch (2007) identify promotion as "the coordination of all seller-initiated efforts to set up channels of information and persuasion in order to sell goods and services or promote an idea" (p.
Scientists are also trying to identify varieties of cows that belch less, in the hopes of breeding animals with fewer burps.
Toby Belch appears to be a true stayer and may be capable of defying the penalty.
A drunken Sir Toby Belch (Joseph Hughes) and Sir Andrew Aguecheek (Paul West) in Cubbington Players' production of Twelfth Night.
Belch graduated from Lancashire Boys to the full senior side and became a member of the England B and A squads.
Chaudhuri and Akesson finished on 274, two clear of James Ruth and Danny Belch.
Also winning through from Nottingham were Mark Sheppard, from Chester, and Hillside amateur Daniel Belch, who secured his sport at the first hole in a 15-man play-off for seven places.
Of that total, nearly 5% run on diesel, including trucks and buses, which belch out daily a suffocating black smoke.
There's room for improvement, many a gal will admit, if a straight man can belch the national anthem, won't go to a mall unless a food court allowance is provided, and thinks $15.
To quote from the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, January 2004: When a nasty teenage boy named Belch and his even nastier dog Raptor involve 14-year-old Meg in the attempted robbery of an old man, an unexpected explosion occurs.