baby bump [was: conceptionmoon] (UNCLASSIFIED)

Mullins, Bill AMRDEC Bill.Mullins at US.ARMY.MIL
Wed Jan 30 22:02:31 UTC 2008

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> At 1/30/2008 02:58 PM, Charles Doyle wrote:
> >And now that pregnancy (along with other devices for acquiring cute
> >children) is chic among Hollywood stars, the term "baby bump" has
> >become ubiquitous on tabloid TV.
> Is "baby bump" analogous to "baby boom", as in "boomer
> generation", or does it refer to a protruberance?

Protuberance.  "Angelina's Baby Bump is showing; she's about 4 months
along now."
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