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 Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche - “The abdomen is the reason why man does not readily take himself to be a god.”  
 Owen Hart - “I had a very bad torn groin, my abdomen right through my legs. I was finding it really hard to get in the ring and run around and function at a decent rate. Then they had the idea that it might be better to do a retirement thing.”  
 Don Murray - “This avoids the scenario of a 17cm pair of scissors ending up sewn into somebody's abdomen.”  
 Don Murray - “This avoids the scenario of a 17cm pair of scissors ending up sewn into somebody's abdomen,”  
 Tony Clark - “A 15- to 25-minute exercise routine that specializes on the middle of the body, his back, abdomen, hips. I have a series I do every day, ... It's all about activating your core.”  
 Atharva Veda - “From thy entrails, canals, rectum, and abdomen from thy belly, guts, and navel I do tear out the disease.”  
 Andy Reid - “I worry a bit about the chest that keeps recurring. He took a pretty good shot there and we have to get that settled down a bit. And I guess you can put the abdomen strain right up there, too. That's bothering him. I think the shin will heal up a bit, too.”  
 Ambrose Gwinett Bierce - “ABDOMEN, n. The temple of the god Stomach, in whose worship, with sacrificial rights, all true men engage. From women this ancient faith commands but a stammering assent. They sometimes minister at the altar in a half-hearted and ineffective way, but true reverence for the one deity that men really adore they know not. If woman had a free hand in the world's marketing the race would become graminivorous.”  
 Kathryn Schmitz - “Because you are working a very large muscle group and that takes energy and that burning that energy results in burning fat all over the body but primarily in the abdomen.”  
 Salim Yusuf - “What we know is that fat in the abdomen, which is associated with a larger waist, is metabolically active and produces various hormones that can cause harmful effects, such as causing diabetes, affecting blood pressure, affecting lipid blood fat levels. Fat in the abdomen may also relate to fat in the liver, and that makes the liver not function well.”  
 John Cheever - “He was a tall man with an astonishing and somehow elegant curvature of the spine, formed by an enlarged lower abdomen, which he carried in a stately and contented way, as if it contained money and securities.”  
 Joe Rios - “The doctors advised the detectives that this injury is not consistent with just a fall in the bathtub. That it was direct, blunt force trauma to the abdomen that actually caused his injury and ultimately death.”  
 Rick Burkholder - “All the physicians involved in this have said his pain can get worse, it may get better, but the condition won't, ... It's not like he's going to have a career-ending problem to his abdomen or groin, and everything is correctable by surgery.”  
 Rick Burkholder - “All the physicians involved in this have said his pain can get worse, it may get better, but the condition won't. It's not like he's going to have a career-ending problem to his abdomen or groin and everything that happens is correctable with the surgery. So, to a point, yes, the pain may get worse, he may be able to deal with the pain better too as we do more rehab and treatment.”  
 Rick Burkholder - “All the physicians involved in this have said his pain can get worse ... but the condition won't. It's not like he's going to have a career-ending problem to his abdomen or groin and everything that happens is correctable with the surgery. So, to a point, yes, the pain may get worse. But he may be able to deal with the pain better, too, as we do more rehab and treatment.”  
 Rick Burkholder - “All the physicians involved in this have said his pain can get worse, it may get better, but the condition won't. It's not like he's going to have a career-ending problem to his abdomen or groin, and everything is correctable by surgery.”  
 Rick Burkholder - “All the physicians involved in this have said his pain can get worse ... but the condition won't, ... It's not like he's going to have a career-ending problem to his abdomen or groin and everything that happens is correctable with the surgery. So, to a point, yes, the pain may get worse. But he may be able to deal with the pain better, too, as we do more rehab and treatment.”  
 Rick Burkholder - “His pain may get worse, it may get better, the condition won't, ... It's not like he's going to do a career-ending problem to his abdomen or his groin.”  
 Heidi Klum - “I was determined to experience the birth, and I am so scared at the thought of having my abdomen cut open. So I was lucky that the birth went very smoothly.”  
 Steve Bomar - “I didn't even know there was a cart in the area. We were just standing there, and the next thing I knew, it whizzed right by me and I saw it strike my mom in the abdomen.”  
 Grant Hill - “Ask me anything about the lower extremities and I'll tell you whatever you need to know. But as for the abdomen, that's different. It does feel better, so we'll see how it feels (today).”  
 Kristen Cruz - “I didn't feel like myself anymore, and after having just no stretch marks whatsoever and going from that to going to a lot of stretch marks and having them pretty much everywhere on my abdomen, it was a big change.”  
 Ambrose Gwinett Bierce - “PRESENTABLE, adj. Hideously appareled after the manner of the time and place. In Boorioboola-Gha a man is presentable on occasions of ceremony if he have his abdomen painted a bright blue and wear a cow's tail in New York he may, if it please him, omit the paint, but after sunset he must wear two tails made of the wool of a sheep and dyed black.”  
 Salim Yusuf - “What we know is that fat in the abdomen, which is associated with a larger waist, is metabolically active and produces various hormones that can cause harmful effects, such as causing diabetes, affecting blood pressure, affecting lipid blood fat levels, ... Fat in the abdomen may also relate to fat in the liver, and that makes the liver not function well.”  
 Dr. Riley - “Everybody scars differently. If you're one of those people whose tissue scars like crazy glue, the next time we go into your abdomen it will be that much harder not to cut something we didn't want to cut.”  

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