The air stays briefly in the esophagus and then is belched
Fick, who has lived on nearby Lee Street since 1969, said idling trucks belched
exhaust fumes into residents' back yards and severely curtailed visibility down Los Angeles Avenue.
In a million years or less, the Siberian volcano belched
out so much molten basalt that it could have paved the entire Earth with a 6-meter-thick layer.
In August 1984, little Lake Monoun in the African nation of Cameroon briefly captured international attention when it suddenly belched
a cloud of carbon dioxide gas that asphyxiated 37 people.
According to one theory, the volcanoes belched
out enough carbon dioxide to raise the planet's temperature significantly via the greenhouse effect.
Among the pollutants belched
into the air by gasoline-powered vehicles are multi-ring chemicals known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).
As its grumblings and gas emissions headed for a crescendo, an early-October internal avalanche belched
ash over the landscape for as far as 45 miles.
On the 20th, it belched
a stream of ash and dust for about two minutes; on the 27th, it erupted for a full 90 minutes, but not as energetically as it had the week before.
Some 2,000 people were evacuated in eastern El Salvador Sunday when the Chaparrastique volcano belched
and spewed a column of ashes high into the sky.
According to a report in the Telegraph, John Goop, the study leader, measured the sheep's emissions by herding them into a specially designed booth shortly after they eat and then calculating the amount of gas belched
A CRUEL carer belched
in a severely disabled man's face and pushed him over.