middle body

middle body

[′mid·əl ′bäd·ē]
(naval architecture)
That portion of the ship adjacent to the midship section.
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The full catalog section mentioned above this section of the app is extremely comprehensive and gives the users a breakdown of all the upper body, middle body and lower body parts, starting at the top of each respective section and giving the user a quick video breakdown of all of the body parts in that given section.
Project content: This project is to produce and sale biological ferment; biological preparation: the middle body of the medicine.
One main goal is to increase lower and middle body strength to help those past 60 claim small victories - getting in and out of a chair or a bathtub using only leg strength is one of the most important.
Groulx missed 21 games with a concussion and Kennedy missed nine with what is probably most accurately described as a middle body injury.
In the improved version of the device the upper electric connector in the hood is replaced with a sealed, quartz translucent visualization port, where a video CCD camera is fitted, while the igniter itself is re-located to the fourth lateral position within the enlarged flange from the middle body of the combustor, now free.
I consider the additional bulk of my middle body to be a similar constraint--a type of flesh-on-flesh anatomical limitation.
SEXY: Christies all-in-one black silk lace up the middle body for pounds 135, at Bardot in Cavern Walks' SLINKY: Splendour black and white bra and brief set.
In the case of diabetes, middle body fat increases the production of glucose in the liver and impairs its use in the body's muscles.

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