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gripe

1. a sudden intense pain in the intestines; colic
2. Nautical the lashings that secure a boat
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Sharing a gripe about the weather with a stranger at the bus stop brings people together.
I take particular pleasure in helping small business owners keep more of the money they make," Gripe said.
The truth is no one has the sole right to gripe, especially nowadays.
The company said Wellements Probiotic Gripe Water helps to ease stomach discomfort from gas, colic, fussiness and hiccups while providing "friendly" bacteria to promote healthier digestive and immune systems.
The certified-organic Wellements Probiotic Gripe Water formula is designed to help ease stomach discomfort often associated with gas, colic, fussiness and hiccups in infants, while supplying an abundance of friendly bacteria critical for healthy digestive and immune systems.
En los albores del siglo xx la Argentina sufria una nueva crisis epidemica: la temida "gripe espanola"--que daria la vuelta al mundo generando altas tasas de morbilidad y mortalidad--acechaba a la poblacion en la primavera de 1918 y el otono-invierno de 1919 (1).