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.
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.