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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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From Sandler's early, goofy, charming humor, we've traveled to a point where we're trying to analyze, in "Blended,'' whether his mocking of feminine hygiene products is better or worse than his jokes about a young boy's sexual explorations or a teen girl's futile efforts to boost her flat chest.
Recalling her awkward phase growing up in Barbados, she felt self-conscious about her flat chest and mosquito-bitten skin, which she joked as a horrible combination.
If the dress is meant to look this way we suppose it's an original twist on how to disguise a flat chest.
originary callings for neat bigness and a flat chest
The Coronation Street star, 30 - Maria Connor in the soap - had the procedure to take her from an A to C cup a fortnight ago because she felt depressed about her flat chest after having daughter Freya, now three.
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.
SHE'S stolen the hearts of the nation on The X Factor and landed a top modelling contract with an agency, but Lucie Jones is still not happy with one part of her life - her flat chest!
Michelle was so self-conscious of her 34 A flat chest she was forever trying to enhance her natural shape.
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.