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belch

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  • belch
  • bring up wind
  • eructate
  • hiccup or hiccough

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Maintaining the delicacy for which this corner is noted, let's just say they produce methane by what we might call a burp from both ends.
The loudest burp in the world was registered in April 2000 at 118.
One of the team, Dr David Cowell, said: ''We are getting people to burp on demand for the clinical trials, using cold, fizzy drinks.
When we eat or drink we swallow air which works its way back up to the mouth, making us burp.
Vestiges of the sun's fiery burps will probably reach the edge of the solar system soon.
Visitors can push buttons and pull levers to produce burps, belches and other bodily sounds and smells.
This year Harry reportedly turned down a pounds 1million pay rise - which would have taken his salary to pounds 4million - to make more TV Burps.
This year, Harry reportedly turned down a pounds 1million pay rise - which would have taken his salary to pounds 4million - to make even more TV Burps.
He tapped into the family's phone lines, interrupting conversations with burps and babble.
Between them they managed 252 burps - the target was 200 and each housemate had to burp at least once - and were rewarded with a children's tea party.
Thus, chemical analysis of the precursory burps of a small volcano may yield a rough estimate of when the Big One will erupt.
Between them, they managed 252 burps - the target was 200 and each housemate had to burp at least once - and were rewarded with a children's tea party.
These plumes -- the geologic equivalent of burps -- are streams of rock that rise from the deep mantle and erupt at the surface as basalt volcanoes, creating such features as the Hawaiian Islands and submerged oceanic plateaus.
1) An Amy Winehouse lookalike burps for a full minute into the face of a caveman.
Gary Brown and his lawyer tried to argue a breath-test machine was inaccurate because it didn't take account of burps.