waistline


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waistline

(wāst′līn′)
n.
a. A line thought of as encircling the body at the waist.
b. The measurement of this line.
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4-centimeter waistlines, but 'the real purpose was for them to be physically fit and trim.
Copy the front and side panel below the waistline, abutting the panels along the princess seam.
If your waistline measures more than 37ins (94cm) for men or 32ins (80cm) for women, it's too wide and putting your health in danger.
me, commented: "It might sound like just a bit of fun to look at average waistlines like this, but the reality is that with such a big sample size there's almost certainly some substance to the numbers.
Dr Rachel Thompson, deputy head of science for the World Cancer Research Fund, said: "We need to raise awareness that both being overweight and having a large waistline are cancer risk factors.
Surprisingly, in women the link was strongest for individuals with a normal BMI who nonetheless had a large waistline.
In men, consuming sugar in tea was associated with a 1-inch smaller waistline, while artificial sweeteners were linked with a nearly 2-inch larger waistline.
I don't really know how to describe them, their waistline is by their knees, well that's where they seem to fasten their belts.
Dubai: A man was arrested at Dubai Airport for trying to smuggle four kilograms of cocaine hidden in the waistline of his pair of trousers.
A new study has found that eating an apple a day or drinking its juice is a sound way of maintaining a slimmer waistline and insuring oneself against high BP and cardiac disease, BBC radio reported.
From Belly Fat to Belly Flat: How Hormones Are Adding Inches to Your Waistline and Subtracting Years from Your Life" will explain exactly why this happens to so many people, and more importantly, how to remedy it.
The ``Ugly Betty'' star looked elegant and sexy in a turquoise chiffon slip gown with turquoise beaded high waistline from designer Pamella Roland.