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  • Thus, to your true Philosopher, "the Stomach is the thing," and so long as his own be comfortable he may philosophise with stoical fortitude upon other people's woes (and occasionally his own) more or less agreeably; but starve him and our Philosopher will grieve for himself as miserably as I-- or even you.

    Peregrine's Progress

  • "In the Pit of the Stomach" is an exciting addition to a growing canon of modern Scottish rock that includes Glaswegian peers Frightened Rabbit and the Twilight Sad.

    The Seattle Times

  • Besides, from the Mouth into the Stomach is the _Gullet_, 2. the way of the meat and drink;

    The Orbis Pictus

  • When he comes he advises to a Plaister for the Stomach, which is aplied; and a Potion made of Bezar [Bezoar] to be taken in Syrup of Saffron and Treacle water; of which took once or twice.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • He fell in with some American expatriates who’d formed a hale-fellow group called the Stomach Club.

    Mark Twain

  • He fell in with some American expatriates who’d formed a hale-fellow group called the Stomach Club.

    Mark Twain

  • "Stomach" acids (hydrochloric) sit between 1 and 2 pH.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • "Stomach" acids (hydrochloric) sit between 1 and 2 pH.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • "Stomach" acids (hydrochloric) sit between 1 and 2 pH.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • "Stomach" acids (hydrochloric) sit between 1 and 2 pH.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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