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He, also, put his hand on his stomach and said "Oh, my
It is true that I am a Man, but it is in my stomach that this night I have said that I am a Wolf.
I will give no Word; but what is in thy stomach to do when the dhole come?
Pangs of hunger not so bad, but have a sort of numb feeling about the stomach.
For the next ten minutes we trudged in silence, when suddenly Umbopa, who was marching along beside me, wrapped in his blanket, and with a leather belt strapped so tightly round his stomach, to "make his hunger small," as he said, that his waist looked like a girl's, caught me by the arm.
Presently his captors discovered that he was conscious, and as they had little stomach for carrying a heavy man through the jungle heat, they set him upon his feet and forced him forward among them, pricking him now and then with their spears, yet with every manifestation of the superstitious awe in which they held him.
sick, sleepy, eagerly hungry, pain in the stomach, then ravenous again, then sick, then lunatic, then crying, then ravenous again, and so every quarter of an hour, and my strength wasted exceedingly; at night I lay me down, having no comfort but in the hope that I should die before morning.
I had then such convulsions in my stomach, for want of some sustenance, as I cannot describe; with such frequent throes and pangs of appetite as nothing but the tortures of death can imitate; and in this condition I was when I heard the seamen above cry out, 'A sail
Then I'll tell you something I can't stomach any more.
What you don't want to stomach you ain't goin' to stomach.
People who have tried it, tell me that a clear conscience makes you very happy and contented; but a full stomach does the business quite as well, and is cheaper, and more easily obtained.
We cannot work, we cannot think, unless our stomach wills so.
But the mysteries of nature are incomprehensible, and there are certain invitations contained in even the coarsest food which appeal very irresistibly to a fasting stomach.
So the cow was killed, and cut up; and the stomach, in which Tom lay, was thrown out upon a dunghill.
For he knew that there, floating in the blue above him, was meat, the meat his stomach yearned after so insistently.