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mid·sec·tion

(mid'sek-shŭn),
A cut or section through the middle of an organ.

midsection

A term for the abdominal muscles, including the upper and lower abdominals, the internal and external obliques, and the rectus abdominis.

midsection

(mĭd-sĕk′shŭn) [″ + L. secare, to cut]
A section through the middle of a structure.
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People like Farwell are genetically blessed with low body fat, and have never struggled with their midsections.
The midsection, the largest and most complex structural component of the F-22, required 8 percent less time to manufacture than the last midsection, and 22 percent less time than the midsection for Ship 4004, the first midsection with a full-up suite of avionics.
The span time, or number of manufacturing days it takes to build the midsection, also was reduced _ from 259 days to 222 days, or by 14 percent.
This works all of the abdominal muscles at once, strengthening them and thereby firming and toning the users' waist and midsection.
Throughout the next few weeks, Donnie repeatedly has visions - sort of time travel where he can see the future through rifts in people's midsections.