gassiness


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gassiness

[′gas·ē·nəs]
(electronics)
Presence of unwanted gas in a vacuum tube, usually in relatively small amounts, caused by the leakage from outside or evolution from the inside walls or elements of the tube.
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Irritable bowel syndrome, a cluster of gastrointestinal disorders, as well as neuropathy, scleroderma and other diseases, also may cause gassiness.
The worst offenders in gassiness seem to be soybeans, followed closely by pintos, great northerns and kidney beans.
Brilliant title, given the ghastly gassiness of lager and the idiocy of eating fried cardboard out of plastic bags.
Constipation and diarrhea often alternate, and abdominal cramping, gassiness, and bloating are other common complaints.
WATCH WHAT YOU EAT - Cabin pressure and inactivity can slow down your digestive tract, so avoid foods that cause gassiness.