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  • There was also the time when our group paid a charter captain to guide us to the fat-bellied redfish swimming around shipwrecks and when we pulled up the first ones he cleaned them as he talked and then spread white filets on paper plates, dotted them with pats of butter, sprinkled with salt and pepper, and popped them into a microwave for 90 seconds.

    James Moore: A Requiem for the Gulf

  • It sat there silent and still beneath the glow of the beige, fat-bellied lamp.

    Nevermore

  • This was where the nanban—the barbarians from the south—stored the goods they brought over from China in their enormous, fat-bellied ships: silk, silver, china tableware.

    Blood Ninja II

  • Together with round-robin cooking duties, women-only co-ops will rely more and more on jointly owned distributed power generators and vehicles, river-based microhydro water wheel power, whirligigging windmills, solar steam power, fat-bellied rocket stoves and oval solar ovens, and multifamily mealtimes.

    Reels, Wheels and Cycles « Gender Across Borders

  • I celebrate fat-bellied pike and schools of minnows in cool water, and the wolf on the run, I celebrate, and the hunter and the hunted.

    gary busha | a celebration for whitman « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • The dice clattered on the brass table top again, and somewhere, he heard a fat-bellied lute being strummed.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • The silhouettes of fishing boats crowded cheek by jowl with fat-bellied merchantmen.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » Lady Blackheart

  • I do WANT believe that there IS such a thing as a fat-bellied- construction worker-eating WHOPPER of a fish; this one appears to be having a very hard time of getting his "catch" down...*gag*

    How Bizarre

  • It was the classic dance recital of fat-bellied preschoolers in tutus and pink tights.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » What I did on my long weekend

  • Yet, he wrote, It is ridiculous to talk of Apollo when we look at the Rabelaisian, fat-bellied figure of Diego, his flesh bursting out from overtight trousers and his greasy skin appearing tightly stretched from his face to his stomach.

    Jose Clemente Orozco and Diego Rivera - The Murals

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