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waistline

a line or indentation around the body at the narrowest part of the waist
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And while boys and girls both gained weight, male waistlines expanded much more.
On the front and back bodice, draw a slightly curved line from the armscye/side seam intersection to the side seam/lower edge intersection to add extra ease in the waistline (1).
According to HSE guidelines, a male with a waistline over 40 inches, and a female over 35 inches, faces a "substantially increased risk of cardiovascular disease".
They are not only petite but have noticeably smaller waistlines.
The pressure on young women, and increasingly on young men, to look a certain way can encourage a poor relationship It's not just the size of waistlines, health of heart with food.
[USA], May 21 ( ANI ): Larger waistlines are associated with higher risk of vitamin D deficiency, according to a research.
You have a [101.6 cm] waistline and you're telling your men that they should have [86.4-cm] waistlines.
Tribal-designed denim jackets with surface embellishments such as hand-stitched dots, giant sweaters covered in sea horses and fish, plus golden shells and delicate elements, added to waistlines and necklines on different outfits.
"To maintain a healthy weight and waistline, it is critical to incorporate weight training with aerobic exercise."
Thankfully, most of us will continue to ignore any attempt to normalise our widening waistlines. We'll try hard with our on–off diets, our three–day bursts at the gym and our fortnights away.
Following close behind, the regions with the largest average male waistlines are Wales (91.53cm), the East of England (91.52cm), NW England (91.47cm) and the north of Scotland (91.37cm).