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breadbasket

A popular term for one’s stomach, see there.
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"The countryside is the breadbasket, it is the beating heart of Britain.
TODAY'S QUOTES "The countryside is the breadbasket, it is the beating heart of Britain.
GRIFF visits Anglesey - nicknamed the breadbasket of Wales - where he drives a vintage Land Rover, visits a salt manufacturer and helps out on a working mill.
Here's your goal: Come next Christmas, you can grin next to a silhouette showing a group that'll win no gongs, but they're all in the breadbasket, and say to yourself, "Not so great?
He said: "Since Scotland and Wales are on the whole higher up than England, it is surely time to do the obvious - use the principle of gravity to bring surplus rain from the mountains to irrigate and refresh the breadbasket of the country in the south and east."
All the 117 assembly constituencies of Punjab, the breadbasket of India, went to polls on Monday.
The country was once the breadbasket of Africa but has seen its economy destroyed.
One can confidently assert that with investment in agriculture and related sub-sectors such as forestry, animal resources and fisheries the Republic of South Sudan will indeed be the breadbasket of the region.
Before the Russian Revolution, the area of Russia and Ukraine were considered the Breadbasket of Europe.
In my Zimbabwe no one was hungry, everybody worked, children all had easy access to education; it was known as the Breadbasket of Africa.
Lahore: The Punjab province, considered the breadbasket of the country, is on the verge of another severe flour crisis - not due to smuggling or mismanagement - but because of current energy crisis.
Their government's mismanagement has brought hunger, disease, plunging life-expectancy, joblessness and hyperinflation to a land that was at one time the breadbasket of Africa.