midriff


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midriff

1. 
a. the middle part of the human body, esp between waist and bust
b. (as modifier): midriff bulge
2. Anatomy another name for the diaphragm
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A subtle way to wear the trend is to team your high-waisted pieces with a loose-fit kimono top, which will give only the occasional glimpse of midriff.
It makes me nervous when I see a woman with her midriff showing.
To do this isn't easy, but with a combination of good nutrition and a structured exercise programme, you will certainly improve your midriff.
After she's exiled, she gets smuggled back into Egypt in a rug; we call this one the rug dress--it's rust and gold colored, with a bare midriff.
The area situated between her neck and midriff appears to have expanded since she first came on to the scene.
Almost all experienced nursing home staff are familiar with the supportive belts that wrap around the resident's midriff to offer needed support for assisted ambulation.
Whilst exposing the midriff is okay, display of the ankles is not.
Coro, pointing to his midriff, says he and his wife each lost about 15 pounds last year because of the preponderance of vegetables now in the Cuban diet.
The Pussycat Doll wore a see-through sari, which left her slender midriff bare to the world.
On a recent day, she was wearing a black Korn T-shirt knotted to reveal six inches of midriff, a belly-button ring and a butterfly tattoo on the small of her back.
But if you just want a refreshing, ice-cold, chocolate-coated indulgence that won't show up on your midriff or your next angiogram, belly up to a Healthy Choice Premium Ice Cream Bar (or Fudge Bar or Ice Cream Sandwich).
WOMEN with a bulging midriff face almost double the risk of developing gallstones and needing surgery to remove them, new research shows.