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Thees yer bellyache what thins me every summer an' wears a fellow out, don't come from nothing but tearing about then.
A POOR MAN'S HOUSESTEPHEN SYDNEY REYNOLDS
He is the soothing slumber, he is the soul awake, he is the big cucumber, that gives us the bellyache.
RIPPLING RHYMESWALT MASON
Do not drink large quantities of cold spring water when heated,—it will give you a very bad bellyache.
MANUAL OF MILITARY TRAININGJAMES A. MOSS
"Well, I'm not a nuisance yet with rheumatics and bellyache," observed Lady Crowborough.
THORLEY WEIRE. F. (EDWARD FREDERIC) BENSON
One day when visiting his sick wife I remembered the old story of his bellyache, and wanted to know how it then was.
NEW, OLD, AND FORGOTTEN REMEDIES: PAPERS BY MANY WRITERSVARIOUS
Dzewaka was at the height of his fame, when, on a certain day, Buddha happened to be troubled with bellyache.
THE LIFE OR LEGEND OF GAUDAMARIGHT REVEREND PAUL AMBROISE BIGANDET
Let 'em find the sugar tub when their ma is to meetin' an' they won't worry 'bout the bellyache till it comes.
IN THE DAYS OF POOR RICHARDIRVING BACHELLER
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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