Since then she has dodged demands from the hotel to settle her ballooning bill, French daily Le Parisien reported.
Rep. Paul Ryan's budget blueprint slashes domestic spending in an effort to shrink the ballooning federal deficit.
Instead, she launched into the now-very familiar GOP talking points about ballooning food stamps rolls and weak jobs reports.
That is, until the other party abandons the idea of any tax increase whatsoever to bring down the ballooning national debt.
“I think one interesting facet is how these stars are ballooning without any real traditional [media] support,” Fishman says.
Don't know anything about ballooning, but do want to assist Military Science.
Piles may co-exist in some cases of ballooning, but are usually not annoying.
Few attempts at ballooning of any kind had up to that time been made in all America.
Robertson was a contemporary of Pinetti, and, like him, a pioneer in ballooning.
His most ambitious achievement is ballooning, to which he owes a fame in the Quarter only less than Mr. Square's.
1570s, "a game played with a large inflated leather ball," from Italian pallone "large ball," from palla "ball," from a Germanic source akin to Langobardic palla (from Proto-Germanic *ball-, from PIE *bhel- (2) "to blow, swell;" see bole) + -one, suffix indicating great size.
Perhaps also borrowed in part from French ballon (16c.), altered (after balle) from Italian pallone. It also meant the ball itself (1590s), which was batted back and forth by means of large wooden paddles strapped to the forearms. In 17c., it also meant "a type of fireworks housed in a pasteboard ball" (1630s) and "round ball used as an architectural ornament" (1650s). Acquired modern meaning after Montgolfier brothers' flights, 1783. As a child's toy, it is attested from 1848; as "outline containing words in a comic engraving" it dates from 1844. Also cf. -oon.
"to go up in a balloon," 1792; "to swell, puff up," 1841, from balloon (n.). Related: Ballooned; ballooning.
balloon bal·loon (bə-lōōn')
An inflatable spherical device that is inserted into a body cavity or structure and distended with air or gas for therapeutic purposes.