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saddlebag

Informal rolls of fat protruding from the sides of a person's thighs
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One of the updated saddlebags was their ever popular Lamellar Series hard saddlebags.
Saddlebags can be undone and done up with one hand, even while wearing gloves - handy.
They include a saddlebag made by the Cheyenne Indians, a Revolutionary War-era medal and a signed letter from Thomas Jefferson to George Washington sent while the former was Secretary of State.
Corbin fairings, saddlebags, and "smuggler" boxes turn the motorcycle--a physical expression of power and self-assertion--into an elegant piece of mobile art.
Not only are they non-rectangular, an increasing number are shaped like saddlebags.
A Lot of Croc', published by Random House, was inspired by a pair of saddlebags Finlayson owns that belonged to the original 'Crocodile Dundee', Rob Ansell.
This five-speed machine sits on 130/90-16 whitewall tires mounted on 60-spoke chrome wheels and sports die-cast aluminum fender tips in the front and rear, as well as a hand-selected, full-grain leather seat and saddlebags.
Soon, miners scurried along the trails like an army of ants, spurring burros hauling heavy saddlebags.
Lakota artists Ray Dupris, Greg Bourland and Mitch Zephier are creating a unique line of handmade Indian products--beaded saddlebags and key chains, engraved fender tips are just a few of the items--that promise to give the motorcycle an authenticity that lives up to its name.
Lisa Block, the agency's public relations special ist, says the agency sent its proposal to State Fair offices tucked in the saddlebags of a miniature horse, Rebel, which agency employee Jobnice Hopson owns.
Not only did the Indians eat the meat and make tools out of the bones, teeth and horns, they also made clothes, teepees, buckets, and saddlebags out of the hide.
In daytime, it becomes clear that the saddlebags are slashed by smooth polished steel panels that rise from above the entrances to roof level.