Belly Button

  • (noun): A scar where the umbilical cord was attached.

Some articles on belly button, belly:

Procedures - Floating Abdominoplasty or FAB Technique
... a smaller incision that isn't placed around the belly button ... smaller incision, excess skin is removed and the belly button is temporarily detached, floating above the muscles during this process ... The skin is then tightened and the belly button is reattached, or moved down one or two cm if desired ...
Lint (material)
... Navel lint (also known by names such as navel fluff, belly button lint, belly button fluff, and dip lint) is an accumulation of fluffy fibers in the navel cavity ... fibres from the shirt and directs the lint towards the belly button ... Steinhauser established that shaving one's belly will result in a fluff-free navel but only until the hairs grow back ...
Bacterial Flora - Microbial Flora in The Human Body - Skin Flora - Belly Button Flora
... The belly button is an area of the body that is rarely exposed to UV light, soaps, or bodily secretions ... at North Carolina State University, there are two types of microorganisms found in the belly button and surrounding areas ... bacteria form the majority of the organisms found in the belly button, and an estimated 1400 various strands were found in 95% of participants of the study ...
Boyz In The Sink - Album
... some remixed musical content including Belly Button 2006, a version of the band's 2003 single ... The Boogie Man- 343 The B-O-Y-Z Dance (featuring Kirk Franklin as himself)- 243 Belly Button 2006 (featuring Kirk Franklin as himself)- 330 The Hairbrush Song (Guest starring Apollo ...

Famous quotes containing the words button and/or belly:

    What is the life of man! Is it not to shift from side to side?—from sorrow to sorrow?—to button up one cause of vexation!—and unbutton another!
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    A gorgeous example of denial is the story about the little girl who was notified that a baby brother or sister was on the way. She listened in thoughtful silence, then raised her gaze from her mother’s belly to her eyes and said, “Yes, but who will be the new baby’s mommy?”
    Judith Viorst (20th century)