waistline


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waistline

a line or indentation around the body at the narrowest part of the waist
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These are mid-rise, and sit on the natural waistline.
THE bulging waistlines of some Guards are becoming a weighty problem for An Garda Siochana, it has been revealed.
In this month of resolutions, you might want to apply some Thai wisdom to finally get that smaller waistline.
You have a [101.6 cm] waistline and you're telling your men that they should have [86.4-cm] waistlines.
Aside from its location around the waist, it can be worn with the pistol's grip above the waistline for the fastest draw or below the waistline for deep concealment.
The silhouettes of some of the skirts and dresses swung towards the Fifties with loosened knotted waistlines and ribbedbands.
"Then we had a long tour in 1982-83, my waistline which was 32 became 34 after that tour.
The strategy is to emphasise your natural shape, so every aspect of the dress - the lower waistline, a floorsweeping hem - needs to reflect your longer proportions.
But Dr Anna Hansell of Imperial College London said: "It's too soon to blame your waistline on traffic noise."
"To maintain a healthy weight and waistline, it is critical to incorporate weight training with aerobic exercise."