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chest

1. 
a. the front part of the trunk from the neck to the belly
b. (as modifier): a chest cold
2. a sealed container or reservoir for a gas
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Artist singers caution beginners against assuming backward tilting head positions, flat chest or drooping shoulders.
Once you sort out one problem - a bald head, a flat chest, jug ears - you are likely to stumble on another supposed shortcoming with your body.
Michelle was so self-conscious of her 34 A flat chest she was forever trying to enhance her natural shape.
Being built much like Trinny, and having long harboured a secret desire for boobs like Susannah's, I was truly delighted to hear the former singing the praises of her flat chest.
Sharma said that coronary artery bypass surgery performed on a beating heart on multiple vessels was routinely carried out through median Sternotomy, surgery in which a vertical (14-inch) inline incision is made along the flat chest bone.
The Pirates Of The Caribbean actress has been moaning about her slim figure and flat chest.
Ectomorph: Fragile, thin, flat chest, delicate build, young appearance, tall, lightly muscled, stoop-shouldered, large brain, has trouble gaining weight, muscle growth takes longer.
They can also detract from a flat chest and balance your outfit.
Above all else, a flat chest has become the visual signifier of maleness," writes Noble.
If you've ever puzzled over the disappearance of fashionable silhouettes of previous decades--the bunker-chested Gibson Girl of the 1910s, the boyish flapper girl of the 1920s--remember those styles peaked before the invention of bra cups for suspending each breast individually made the idea of both a bosom (singular) and a flat chest obsolete.
RICKI LAKE VIEWERS COULDN'T RELATE TO HER FLAT CHEST.