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In this trial, the most frequently reported adverse event potentially related to Silexan was eructation that has been reported with Silexan before (Woelk and Schlaefke 2010) as in trials with other ethereal oils, e.
His music of love was borborygmatically symphonic, culminating in a cacophony of nether-end eructation.
Train passengers have the exciting chance to work out the exact difference between an eructation consisting mainly of processed vodka and Red Bull and one consisting mainly of lager and lamb bhuna.
When Juvenal describes a belching courtier, he captures the eructation in his alternation of open vowels and percussive consonants.
She offered a history of chronic early satiety, abdominal bloating, and frequent postprandial flatus and eructation.
In fact, burping (technically called belching or eructation, for you crossword puzzle fans) is a normal physiological response to eating.
The patient complained of aerophagia and excessive eructation.
Indeed, by relying on quantitative rather than qualitative logic, it basically considers any non-violent eructation an "expression", even if it is entirely irrational.
Au tic-tac decroissant de sa marche deja invisible se superposait le froissement des detritus que remuait dans le fond d'une poubelle un homme marginal duquel monterait, quand il se serait glisse sous un porche, le clapotis d'une manducation difficile, elle-meme relayee, apres une tellurique eructation par le lamento, au loin d'une voiture forcee.
A truly disgusting, stomach-turning nuclear belch has remained elusive to all but the eructation elite who know how to swallow air - until now.
Lawrence in every line of the first two acts and Walter Greenwood, who has more of the theatre in one of his little fingers than Lawrence could muster from a whole life's suppressed eructation [belching], has contrived to make of the third act a living, breathing thing.
The "polite" term for burping is eructation (ee-ruck-TAY-shun).