Prince Philip, 92, had an operation on his abdomen in June and spent 11 nights at the private London Clinic.
Defendant No. 1, who was 16 years old at the time, kicked Julani in the abdomen after he had fallen to the ground, said Zaban.
The man then pulled out a gun and shot the manager in the abdomen, police said.
Two bullets lodged in his abdomen and he was taken to the hospital for surgery.
But even I have my share of patients with chronic pain of some kind, be it in the abdomen or head or back.
Large specimens of the Robber Crab may be at least a foot in length of body when the abdomen is straightened out.
He received a bullet in the chest and another in the abdomen.
His abdomen also became distended so that he wore a bandage for comfort.
He finished reading the paper in the warm, clear light of his abdomen.
The females (fig. 95) are straw-colored, the abdomen almost white, and the thorax and legs brownish yellow.
1540s, "belly fat," from Latin abdomen "belly," of unknown origin, perhaps from abdere "conceal," with a sense of "concealment of the viscera," or else "what is concealed" by proper dress. De Vaan, however, finds this derivation "unfounded." Purely anatomical sense is from 1610s. Zoological sense of "posterior division of the bodies of arthropods" first recorded 1788.
abdomen ab·do·men (āb'də-mən, āb-dō'mən)
The part of the body that lies between the chest and the pelvis and encloses the stomach, intestines, liver, spleen, and pancreas. Also called belly, venter.
abdominal adjective (āb-dŏm'ə-nəl)