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Butt

An obsolete measure of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.
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Tymel said Bynum was hospitalized the same day after she underwent the buttock enhancement procedure.
A 40-year-old female, housewife, married, resident of Punjab, consulted for two year history of mildly pruritic, lichenoid eruption over lower back, buttocks and thighs.
The United States, however, bucked the northern trend and showed a preference for buttocks over breasts.
Over time you may develop muscle imbalances around the pelvis area, which can cause muscular strain and pain in the low back and buttocks.
When paramedics arrived at the clinic in Bangkok they found her unconscious with a three inch incision in her buttocks.
Engage your abdominal muscles to maintain a relatively straight line from the back of your head through your shoulder blades, buttocks and legs.
However, the driver denied the charges and instead blamed the woman's bulging buttocks for the misunderstanding.
The prosecutor's investigation found none of the other 11 people appearing in the photo had witnessed the archbishop touch the boy's buttocks or saw anyone react in a startled manner.
A top cosmetic surgeon claims he is rounding up at least one Brazilian buttock surgery a week, as women in Dubai -- and some men -- try to copy the curvy figures of celebs such as JLo.
But our tester joked: "I can't believe it's not buttocks.
Washington, July 28 ( ANI ): Researchers have made a breakthrough, which could help explain why women tend to accumulate fat in the stereotypical 'pear' shape, with more fat stored in the buttocks and thighs, and men in 'apple' shape, with more fat around the belly.
A BIRMINGHAM drug dealer who hid 99 wraps of crack cocaine and heroin between his buttocks has been jailed for 27 months.