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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Additionally, the RTA is currently undertaking the construction of cycling lanes extending 32km at Mushrif, Midriff and Al Khawaneej, which is expected to be completed this November.
The project involves the construction of cycling tracks extending 32 km at Mushrif, Midriff and Al Khawaneej along with 2 bridges for the combined use of cyclists & pedestrians on Al Khawaneej and the Academic City Streets costing AED67million.
In the video, Nargis is seen flaunting her midriff in a black outfit.
Gymnast Beth Tweddle exposed her midriff in a red cut-out gown with gold leaves, rower Helen Glover sported a tassled flapperstyle black and white number, and hockey player Laura Bartlett wore a blue bodycon dress.
Applying TechnoShape's unique pressure pause therapy (PPT) to the midriff during gentle exercise on a treadmill ensures blood circulation around the midriff area is optimum and enables accelerated, targeted fat burn from the stomach and waist.
Just when I was wishing I'd added "get properly toned" to my New Year's resolutions list (and started it six weeks earlier), along comes an alarming new trend to make matters worse - the return of the midriff.
The On T he Floor c har t-to p p e r was at an L A st o r e t o prom o te th e new Blackberry Playbook when s he dec i d e d t o s how of f t h e l a ck of flab in her midriff.
But I'd like to offer one word of advice - if you're going to send dodgy pictures of your midriff at least wear a pair of designer pants.
Unless those belts are wide enough to brace the entire midriff area, we're going to stick to our smock tops.
Maria noticed her empty stomach from the semi-exposed midriff.
And losing belly fat doesn't just slim your midriff.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, March 2004: Sexy cover art--the midriff of a lovely girl with a rhinestone in her navel: pop princess indeed.