Little Belt


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Little Belt

n
(Placename) a strait in Denmark, between Jutland and Funen Island, linking the Kattegat with the Baltic. Length: about 48 km (30 miles). Width: up to 29 km (18 miles). Danish name: Lille Bælt
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A wooden fence encircled the grounds, and beyond was a smooth rolling park, with little belts of pine plantations and a few larger trees here and there.
Demanding Erin Cuthbert, Caroline Weir or Kim Little belt hopeful punts down the channels or chase second balls off a towering striker is akin to asking a player from Hamilton Accies for directions to the Bernabeu.
"What is important to remember is that security comes first, followed by hard work and a little belt tightening.
"It was full length or maxi as they would have said then and had a slim little belt around the waist.
Even with the loss of one of its Bags cards, management felt the track was still viable, albeit with a 'little belt tightening', so why has this decision been made now?
However, packs have also been established in several mountain ranges lying east of the line, including the Little Belt and Crazy Mountains.
It may be that with a little belt tightening, such as moving to a cheaper energy tariff, you can balance your budget more comfortably than you thought.
IN MAY 1811, thirteen months before the outbreak of the War of 1812, the American frigate President (commanded by Commodore John Rodgers) engaged the British sloop-of-war Little Belt (commanded by Commander Arthur Bingham) in a short, bloody battle approximately fifty miles off the North Carolina coast.
Sometimes when the team were getting too much, I'd lift up the robes and tease them with my inner thighs!" Michael Gambon, meanwhile, revealed he made himself a little belt bag to hide his cigarettes and rebelled at being forced to wear Dumbledore' beard all day by pushing lunchtime chips through it.
La petite ceinture, the "little belt" made of nineteenth-century train tracks that encircled the city just inside its nineteenth-century fortifications, still marks the boundary of central Paris.
From small items such as ashtrays, keyrings and cute little belt clips for chalk, to larger things such as bar stools and tables (complete with cue holders), to lights and cues ranging in price from dhs200 to over dhs11,000 - whether you want to spend dhs20 or dhs20,000 there's something to suit.