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'Some of the reports coming from local government units are bloated and might not be reflective of the real situation on the ground,' he said.
Target Ovarian Cancer's director of communications Alexandra Holden said: "Feeling bloated and full over the holidays is common for many women.
Your tummy becomes more bloated as the day goes on, you have spasms of abdominal pain and alternating diarrhoea and constipation.
Your dog will be very bloated and uncomfortable, and he may also be drunk!
Feeling bloated means your gut is struggling to process either food or gas.
Global Banking News-June 3, 2014--ESRB says Europe's banking system is bloated
A bloated supply of local distressed properties at low prices, Law 22 and the EB-5 Immigrant Investor program are the attractions.
1 KEEP A FOOD DIARY: IF YOU tend to get bloated following meals, it could be you are suffering from a food intolerance.
The unflattering pictures reveal the full effects of alcohol with the pictures showing bloated flushed cheeks and bloodshot eyes.
The paper, "Effectively Treating the Dreadful Blight of File Bloat," (http://us.neuxpower.com/factsheets/dragonslayerconsulting.pdf) written by Marc Staimer, President and CDS of Dragon Slayer Consulting, outlines the challenges IT organizations face with bloated files throughout their enterprise and best practices for reducing files sizes for improved enterprise performance, worker productivity and storage efficiency.
However, one common side effect is water retention, which makes you feel bloated.