After a time as a field director at the American Civil Liberties Union office in Washington, D.C., bellows returned to Maine.
“As anybody who has followed the fiscal discussions knows, a change of this magnitude is very significant,” bellows said.
“Susan Collins was elected 18 years ago, when I was graduating from college,” bellows told The Daily Beast.
Watch the Video Prayer Against Lust “Oh, lust be rebuked,” Hines bellows in his GodTube video.
When he opens the show with which stories “are hitting my hot buttons,” he bellows in almost comical fashion.
The metal ring is attached to one end of the bellows, while the other end carries a large tube.
Then he went to make ready something else and left Brock to work the bellows.
With a howl Brock raised his hand to wipe away the blood, and of course in that minute the bellows stood still.
The boat was filled with air, by the aid of a bellows, and placed in the water.
He heard their sobs and outcries renewed above the steady pant of the bellows.
c.1200, belwes, literally "bags," plural of belu, belw, northern form of beli, from late Old English belg "bag, purse, leathern bottle" (see belly (n.)). Reduced from blæstbælg, literally "blowing bag." Used exclusively in plural since 15c., probably due to the two handles.
apparently from Old English bylgan "to bellow," from PIE root *bhel- (4) "to sound, roar." Originally of animals, especially cows and bulls; used of human beings since c.1600. Related: Bellowed; bellowing. As a noun from 1779.