paunch


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paunch

1. another name for rumen
2. Nautical a thick mat that prevents chafing

paunch

[pȯnch]
(anatomy)
In colloquial usage, the cavity of the abdomen and its contents.
(vertebrate zoology)
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uk/news/blackhole-exploit-kit-author-arrested-in-russia-128978) TechWeekEurope journalist Tom Brewster that renowned Russian cyber-criminal Paunch has been arrested but didn't give much more detail.
If you did indeed paunch the deer, finding the arrow should be easy, as it almost certainly passed through and likely without deflection.
Summary: Grey hair and a paunch have replaced the beret, leather jacket and dark glasses but Carlos the Jackal's defiance remains intact before he stands trial in France for a series of bombings in the 1980s.
Body measurements includes body length, heart girth, paunch girth, wither height and chest depth.
Very little noise, or a soft thump, usually means a paunch shot, a glancing blow, or a neck or ham hit.
corporation [old term for a paunch or getting fat] 14.
jjThe List Aidan O'Brien's five 2,000 Guineas winners 1998 King Of Kings (Mick Kinane) 7-2 2002 Rock Of Gibraltar (Johnny Murtagh) 9-1 2005 Footstepsinthesand (Kieren Fallon) 13-2 2006 George Washington (Kieren Fallon) 6-4f 2008 Henrythenavigator (Johnny Murtagh) 11-1 (below) **All mixed up Rearrange the letters to reveal the name of a horse who was renowned for his staying and battling qualities on the Flat Paunch Ripens (7,5) Answer on page 94 Compiled by John Randall, Peter Scargill and Nicholas Godfrey
He has clicked his snap with the paunch and stored in his mobile.
Rudd said it was difficult to maintain a fitness regime while coping with the responsibilities of office after newspaper photographs revealed how the prime ministerial paunch has grown since he won power last November.
Star Trek'' is often reduced to kitsch: Kirk's paunch, Spock's pointy ears, green-skinned alien girls.
Another depicts the eight stages of Beefy's evolution from ape to a fully-clad cricketer with a paunch.
What about Americans who aren't at immediate risk of a heart attack--people with higher-than-healthy cholesterol and triglycerides, a bit of a paunch, rising blood pressure, and perhaps pre-diabetes?