false body

false body

[¦fȯls ′bäd·ē]
(physical chemistry)
The property of certain colloidal substances, such as paints and printing inks, of solidifying when left standing.

false body

An apparently high viscosity in a paint which is considerably lowered when the paint is brushed or stirred.
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Following rumors that she photoshopped a picture on Instagram, Kylie Jenner went on Snapchat to address those accusing her of portraying a false body image.
Unless you're good enough to hide your serve through false body language, you want to step toward the line you intend for the ball to follow.
I know my body, and I know it's not perfect, but maybe I have a false body image; maybe I think I look better than I do.
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The children's charity, which has 21 shops across the North East, has been given an amazing mixture of stuffed animals and false body parts including false legs.
There are many instances of the ancient Egyptians creating false body parts for burial but the wear plus their design both suggest they were used by people to help them to walk," said Dr Finch.
A Bible salesman shows up at her door and starts romancing her, but we later find out he's only interested in getting his hands on her fake leg because he keeps a macabre collection of false body parts in his briefcase.
Another car, heavily disguised with false body panels, has also been spotted between Jaguar Land Rover's engineering sites at Whitley, Coventry, and Gaydon, Warwickshire.
We are constantly fed air-brushed, or staged, images of pointless people with false body parts, like Paris Hilton.
CLOSE TO THE BONE: Barbara Anne works on a replacement jaw, above, Barbara Anne and Fraser, left, and some of the false body parts they use; HEALTH AID: The Bangladeshi city of Dhaka, top, is to get help from the team at the Southern, above; REBUILDING: A new jaw for a cancer patient PICTURE: PAUL CHAPPELLS
The false body parts were so heavy that Charlie, from West Derby, Liverpool, had to wear a corset to keep her back straight while cutting clients' hair.
I also really liked wearing a false body because I could eat what I wanted and nobody noticed.