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  • And I remember most distinctly suffering from a stomach-ache.

    CHAPTER IV

  • And instead of leaving a legacy, as with stone statues of old, our generation of humanity is to leave behind nothing but a mess to clean up after and a sugary stomach-ache for those that follow?

    Et Tu, O-Town?

  • It was May 31st and she had a terrible stomach-ache all day, but in between the griping stomach pains, she spent the day washing baby clothes, which had arrived in a package from Holland, sent by her own dear mother.

    Birth Story

  • I like how the girl with the stomach-ache has stump-legs.

    Miss Switzerland: Half Itty Car Condensed

  • We passed a dead Hun every thirty yards, sprawled in the water, hanging in the bushes, some spread wide as if reaching for salvation, others curled about their wounds, like little boys with stomach-ache.

    Poppies and Ghosts « A Fly in Amber

  • Lenin always looked as if he was suffering from a monumental stomach-ache.

    Sound Politics: Contacts Needed

  • But stomach-ache and snifflies and general malaise for a couple of days level hard.

    It’s snowing and Steve Gerber is Dead. | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Giles has eaten fourteen ices: he will have a dreadful stomach-ache tomorrow.

    Mrs. Perkins's Ball

  • And charmingly she looked, with all the disadvantages of a three-hours violent stomach-ache — (for Dorcas told me that she had been really ill) — no rest, and eyes red and swelled with weeping.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • It is a terrible place for stomach-ache, owing to the mountain water.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

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