The girl, Mariam, was born with her bladder outside her body.
Prick the bladder with a needle every so often,” she advises sagely, “to keep it from exploding.
Even some bladder control will allow Obama a better rapport with the UN.
Kerri Kasem said in court Friday that her father was suffering from bedsores and lung and bladder infections.
She lost control of her bladder as she crouched in a corner, shaking, and unable to move her body due to the shock.
Fired again and missed, but the third time the bladder collapsed and sank, and my reputation as a marksman was made.
"Both," said Black Tom, scratching his big head, as bald as a bladder.
They must be quite covered with the pickle, and tied down close, when cold, with a bladder and leather.
If Black Tom had not been as bald as a bladder, he would have torn his hair in his mortification.
The principal gut and the bladder are often so crushed, that the passage of both evacuations is hindered.
Old English blædre (West Saxon), bledre (Anglian) "(urinary) bladder," also "blister, pimple," from Proto-Germanic *blaedron (cf. Old Norse blaðra, Old Saxon bladara, Old High German blattara, German Blatter, Dutch blaar), from PIE *bhle- "to blow" (see blast). Extended senses from early 13c. from animal bladders used for buoyancy, storage, etc.
bladder blad·der (blād'ər)
Any of various distensible membranous sacs, such as the urinary bladder, that serve as receptacles for fluid or gas.
A blister, pustule, or cyst filled with fluid or air; vesicle.