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burps

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The burps round was inspired by an old clip of Chelsee from Waterloo Road, while a vintage clip of Pam on EastEnders allowed Harry to bring back an old Burp favourite, Heather "Hev" Trott.
In the October Physics of Fluids, Vriend's team reports that booms and burps result from different types of sound waves.
Nasa scientist Dr Paul Mahaffy said: "These burps are intriguing.
A MOTORIST from Runcorn has had his drink-driving conviction overturned at the High Court yesterday - after top judges decided police were wrong to assume a burp made his breathalyser reading unreliable.
And as they get on a bit, a shortage of breath and burps making the lights flicker, you think about mutton stew (now a trendy dish) cooked, naturally, by the burps of the survivors.
When we eat we swallow air which works its way back back up to the mouth, making a burp.
But along with the turkey on rye, something else is sliding down your throat that will exit later as a gassy burst: "Burps are mostly swallowed air," says Sachar.
Each toy can walk, grip, pick up, throw, kick, dance, kung-fu, break wind, burp, rap and more.
Sometimes eating or drinking too fast can bring on a burp. That's because when you gulp your food, you're also gulping extra air into your stomach.
The division's Simon Bentley says a typical cow burps 7.80 litres of methane each day, the result of microbial digestion in its stomach.
Phranc, who explains she recently "decided to improve the quality of everyone's life," happily relays that her product is "without peer" (especially that sealable ice tray) and quickly corrects that Tupperware "whispers, not burps." She's even helping to fund her next recording with the profits.
SCIENTISTS have won a grant worth more than pounds million - to study burps.
Every time he burps or eats like a pig, you might have to just point it out and hopefully other people will back you up - maybe have a quiet word with them first to see if they feel the same way.
When a cow burps, it spews these gases into the air, where they react with sunlight and other compounds to produce a brownish haze called smog.
Now, astronomers have evidence that just minutes later, the newborns emit powerful X-ray burps as well.