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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Bangkok is touted as the "Land of Smiles," but if you have shopped for clothes in the bustling city, you'll agree that it's also the land of small waistlines.
During his time as PNP chief, Lacson said he required policemen under his command to have 86.4-centimeter waistlines, but 'the real purpose was for them to be physically fit and trim.'
The drawback to carrying a pistol in a belly-band holster with the grip positioned below the waistline is that you will likely have to fight the tension of a belt in order to access your firearm.
Tribal-designed denim jackets with surface embellishments such as hand-stitched dots, giant sweaters covered in sea horses and fish, plus golden shells and delicate elements, added to waistlines and necklines on different outfits.
Find a style with a waistline above your natural waist to make the lower half of the dress appear longer.
"That focuses attention on the waistline and hips," she says.
NEW figures show British women are getting wider by the decade, with the average waistline now measuring in at 34ins.
Lose inches off your muffin top with our plan for a trimmer waist by summer, says CAROLINE JONES NEW figures show British women are getting wider by the decade, with the average waistline now measuring in at 34ins.
Dropping just 10 lbs reduces the risk of heart disease Sure, weight matters, but your waistline can be an even better indicator of your heart health.
Deciding which waistline carry position is best can be confusing.