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obese

excessively fat or fleshy; corpulent

obese

[ō′bēs]
(anatomy)
Extremely fat.
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Aim and Objectives: To find out the short-term memory status by visual tasks in obese and non-obese female school children of urban areas.
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The largest study of its kind found there are now 641 million obese adults worldwide overtaking for the first time the numbers who are underweight.