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SAG Abbreviation for:
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Abbreviation for sagitta or sagittal depth; the height of a segment of a circle or sphere. See lens measure; vertex depth.
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THE cloth cat is a little saggier
around the paws and the years have even added a sprinkling of grey to the girl's long chestnut hair.
This happens as muscles get tenser, bones and fat lose their density and skin gets saggier
as gravity pulls the face down.
Does your bod look saggier
than Bridget Jones on a bad day?
Long term: Expect saggier
breasts, especially after multiple pregnancies because the expansion and contraction of the breast puts pressure on the supporting tissues.
They became progressively saggier
after the births of my other children, who I also breast-fed.
The post- natal result is not only a saggier
body, but one with potential posture problems, too.
It hasn't changed much as I've got older, although it's denfinitely a big saggier