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underbelly

the part of an animal's belly nearest to the ground
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Labour MSP Neil Findlay accused Underbelly of "engaging in the employment practices of the worst sweatshop employer".
Underbelly director Ed Bartlam's son was diagnosed with a brain tumour last year and The Brain Tumour Charity is at the forefront of the fight to defeat brain tumours, making a difference every day to the lives of people with a brain tumour and their families.
The most obvious local evidence for this is the incredible success of the Underbelly franchise.
And, as the Sunday Mirror's report today from their conference shows, that reveals a nasty underbelly.
Ed Bartlam, of Underbelly, said they already felt at home and hoped this would be the start of several years of festival comedy.
We Own the Night: The Art of the Underbelly Project
One of our main problems has been our underbelly, we haven't got a second team and after all their years of success if you look at Cinderford, you look at Wharfedale, all those have got players who train.
She is quite a large goldfish and is dark orange with a white underbelly.
THE Army is pursuing a new technology to provide the Stryker armored combat vehicle with greater underbelly blast protection against improvised explosive devices.
The informal discussion ranged from topics covered in the book like Delhi's underbelly to the larger questions on semantics and the nature of publishing in India.
In this joint production between Sydney Theatre Company and Out Of Joint, writer Stephen Jeffreys has reworked the premise to bring it not so much bang up-to-date but bang to rights with the action moving from the underbelly of London to the underbelly of the convict ship, and mixing traditional airs and ballads with the likes of Carly Simon's You're So Vain and The Clash's I Fought The Law.
As someone who had a traditional Welsh middle-class upbringing in the city, what interests me is the clash between the capital's middle classes and the criminal underbelly of city life.