underbelly


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underbelly

the part of an animal's belly nearest to the ground
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SPLASH TEST DUMMIES Underbelly Circus Hub on the Meadow Three Aussie lifeguards pratfall and jape around the stage to great comic effect.
More stars of the future include last year's Best Newcomer winner Ciaran Dowd returning with his Don Rodolfo character (Pleasance Courtyard, July 31 to August 25), Scottish stand-up Christopher Macarthur-Boyd tears it up with Dreamboat (Gilded Balloon Teviot, July 31 to August 25), while there's some character clowning from Courtney Pauroso (Underbelly, Cowgate, August 1 to 25).
Over a decade on from its first episode, Underbelly remains the last scripted piece of Australian television to become a true phenomenon.
In "Underbelly," she's drawn all these themes and approaches together, channeling them through Bolano's narrative into an ambitious, multidimensional project.
A crime drama, Smoke is set in the underbelly of Goa, and is the only Indian web series to be showcased at the gala this year.
"We've asked our people through surveys and reporting, first of all, what drew them to Underbelly and then what is keeping them at Underbelly, and nine times out of 10 it goes back to the culture," said Lagoon.
A white-footed mouse also has a white underbelly, and its feet are white too.
Diving into the slimy underbelly of a diabolical plot, Dan comes face-to-tentacles with an amphibious villain named Ah'Chulhu (to which the usual response is "Gesundheit!").
UNDERBELLY But the more UKIP grows, the more focus there must be on the rest of the party.
A GRIM underbelly of Northern Ireland was laid bare yesterday.