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pubic

of or relating to the pubes or pubis
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distribution system so that pubic could be benefited in a better way according
We are improving the whole distribution system so that pubic could be benefited in a better way according to the Federal Govt Vision, he added.
During parturition, she felt as if something gave way in the region of the pubic bone anteriorly immediately before the birth of her baby.
The video clip, appearing to be shot from a smartphone camera, showed an elderly Japanese man on a train unzip his pants and flick what was believed to be his pubic hair at a sleeping passenger beside him.
According to the study, 76 percent of the participants said they removed some or all of their pubic hair almost on a regular basis.
He said that "there is simply no religious duty or obligation" on someone so disabled to trim or shave pubic and axillary, or underarm, hair.
Pubic symphysis separation greater than 10 to 13 millimeters on radiograph is diagnostic and represents a subdislocation.
It is very easily diagnosed by pointed tenderness in the exact middle of the pubic bone.
London, April 5 ( ANI ): Cameron Diaz has revealed that women who get their pubic hair lasered off leave her puzzled because once it's gone, it's gone forever.
And so we have vague and often pejorative terms instead of perfectly good words that relate to down there, including pubic hair, vulva, clitoris, vagina, Fallopian tubes, ovaries and uterus.
The Pubic Prosecution has begun probing the incident and the cause of the fight.