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paunch

(pônch, pänch)
n.
1. The belly, especially a protruding one; a potbelly.
2. See rumen.

paunch

(1) A popular term dignifying the anterior panniculus of androgenic (male-pattern) obesity.
(2) Rumen, the first and largest of the ruminant stomachs.
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There is currently no information available about the circumstances of the arrest or the true identity of Paunch, who is known to be the leader of a Russian cyber-criminal gang and one of the creators of the Blackhole exploit kit.
Most hunters are familiar with the aroma of paunch, whether from a bad hit or a slip during field dressing.
The heritability was between the moderate value ( 0.27 paunch girth) to the high for body length (0.88).
"Yet, when you shoot a deer in the paunch," Burrell continued, "and then wait until after it coagulates before field dressing the deer, that's exactly what you are doing.
Craig Russell, president of the Society for the Preservation of Poultry Antiquities (SPPA), says that these large false Pomeranians with orange feet and bills and double-lobed paunches might better be called American Saddlebacks.
That means, for example, that the tongue is on the hook backward, or the paunches are upside down.
She brings up his paunch and he casually compliments her on her "natural" hair colour.
The march of time was inevitable, and with it the sagging paunch, receding (and graying) hairline, failing eyesight, sketchy memory, and tender (and disappearing) teeth were to be expected, even admired as a badge of honor for the ongoing battle with both Mother Nature and Father Time.
Paunch was a chilled blend of arrack, a distilled palm sap, with sugar, citrus, water and spices (Barr 44).
Reducing the paunch has impact beyond male vanity, the researchers said.
MADRID While Mikel Olaciregui exhibits many of the traits common to men of his hometown, San Sebastian -- the beard, the (slight) paunch, a surname that's an editor's nightmare, a hail and heartiness -- the new director of the San Sebastian Intl.