- v. present participle of bloat.
“Constipation that results in bloating is almost sure to become a problem. too, which is another negative to this approach -- especially now that we're in bathing suit season and a flat tummy is in order.”
“The health care bill will be another bill that will fail to deliver as advertised but succeed in bloating the national deficit.”
“A good motto for builders engaged in bloating up Coucil contracts but I suspect the Godwin prize has to day been won by the redoubtable Mr. Thornhill.”
“There were also side effects in both groups, namely bloating, diarrhea and nausea, most likely due to the fiber in the placebo and flaxseed bars, said study author Sandhya Pruthi, an associate professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.”
“This condition called bloating is NOT the stomach making the belly stick out, for the stomach is located ABOVE the transverse colon, beside the liver.”
“There are many different ways through which the skull Coma barbitúrico e craniectomia descompressiva são contents may exert more pressure: the increase in the amount reservados para os casos refratários como procedimentos de of CSF (due to hyper-production or obstruction of any segundalinha. draining point); blood increase (haemorrhage, blood vessels Descritores: hipertensão intracraniana, pressão intracraniana, dilation), known as bloating; or tissue increase (tumors, for cuidados críticos. instance).”
“This is an excellent laptop without the typical big-brand-name bloating of 'system' tools that constantly run in the background.”
“Scotty: Government's responsibility is clearly defined in our Constitution, and the idea of bloating governm ...”
“I wouldn't call bloating a page with insipid, needless internal monologing "more bang for my buck".”
“Anything that suffers from terminal bloating, which is a common aftereffect of sequelitis: Gentle's Ancient Light, Cherryh's later Chanur offshoots (whereas I love the Union/Alliance linked novels); anything past the first volume of Asimov's Foundation trilogy (clunk!), McCaffery's Pern books, Herbert's Dune, Zelazny's Amber and Martin's Fire and Ice; most of Moorcock's Eternal Champion rehashes; Banks 'and Robinson's recent books (would have been much better if about 1/3 their final size); almost all of Brin (clunk!).”
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