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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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"In truth, senor," said Sancho, "one of the counsels and cautions I mean to bear in mind shall be this, not to belch, for I'm constantly doing it."
Cows belch out methane as the result of digesting grass - and it's environmentally harmful.
Independence, OH, September 24, 2016 --( CPR Cell Phone Repair, the largest and fastest growing retail mobile device repair franchise network in North America, congratulates North Carolina franchisees Brent Belch and Joe Forth on their generous donation that will benefit students in the Charlotte-Mecklenberg school district.
Given the short period separating the two events, the authors estimate that there's a 99.9% chance the belch and supernova are related.
These findings may lead to increased use of this method of advertising in the future (Belch & Belch, 2003).
In the three good handicaps at Cheltenham, I was tempted by novice chaser Sound Stage, whose strikingly improved form this season includes one win over this course and distance, but turn instead to a more speculative selection in Toby Belch in the 3m handicap hurdle at 3.55.
Naughty But just as amusing are James Fleet as Sir Andrew Aguecheek and Richard Mc-Cabe as Sir Toby Belch, especially in the brilliantly-executed scene in the box tree which is literally a box made out of a tree, in which the naughty pair somehow manage to hide without falling out.
There is, for instance, an original and ingenious solution to the scene in which Belch, Aguecheek and Fabian conceal themselves in the box tree to witness Malvolio's ensnarement in Maria's plot.
This month, supermodel Nina Manuel reveals that she likes Spanish Daniel Craig lookalikes who don't belch.
As defined by the American Marketing Association (cited in Belch & Belch, 2007, p.7), marketing represents "the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion and distribution of ideas, goods and services to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organisational objectives." Thus, marketing can essentially be understood through the four P's of the marketing mix, namely Product, Price, Place and Promotion, which in turn clearly explains the relation of inclusion, and not equality, as it is often confused, that exists between promotion and marketing.
In the course of digestion, those ruminant animals belch methane, a gas that is 20 times more heat trapping than C[O.sub.2].
HENRY Daly's Toby Belch should go well in the Novices' Hurdle at Leicester (1.05).
Jamie Wilson and Becky Hunt play twins Sebastian and Viola, and the cast also includes Tim Hurrell as Feste, Joseph Hughes as booze hound Sir Toby Belch as Paul West as Sir Andrew Aguecheek.
NEW ARRIVAL in the professional ranks Danny Belch will put aside the disappointments of the season as he renews his bid for a European Tour card, now with his game in top form and a supreme sense of confidence about his chances.