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chunky

mod. stout; fat. Harry—the chow hound—is getting a little chunky. It’s not all fat! He’s always been a chunky brute.
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In a food processor, combine: * 1 lb container cherry or grape tomatoes * 3/4 cup roughly chopped cilantro, stems removed * 1/2 small onion (yellow or red) * juice of 1 lemon * 1 tsp chili powder * 4 dashes of your favorite hot sauce Pulse until desired chunkiness is achieved.
Not because CDG or Yohji might adore them, nor because Chloe Sevigny made a pair lovingly topped with fake fur for Opening Ceremony--it's just something about their jolie-laide chunkiness that we've always liked.
But then, in his conclusion, Gimenez, threatening to cancel his subscription, made an observation that was totally unexpected--something that suggested we were reading the publication from radically different vantages: "Artforum, tough and unmovable as the Soviet bloc, won't even miss me, even though I'll miss its luscious ads and delectable chunkiness, its strangely schizophrenic capitalist Marxism.
These dishwasher-safe glasses have a crystal look but are actually plain glass with their chunkiness coming from the purple bubble.
There's enough chunkiness about it to suggest it won't burst into tears at the first sight of a muddy field - without making you look like a wannabe hill-billy.
But more importantly all that wool neatly hides and disguises our own physical chunkiness - thus they keep their fashion place because they flatter by disguise.
Pissarro, in turn, captures Cezanne's chunkiness and stiffness--he always looks as if he has too much clothing on--qualities that he emphasized in an 1874 portrait (Collection Laurence Graft) in which the younger man, muffled in an overcoat and scarf, sports the curious hat (like something a farmer would don in cold weather) that he also wears in a well-known drawing by Pissarro.
There was certainly no disputing the quantity of chicken although it could have been more thinly sliced because the chunkiness made it a bit hard going.
As Mary-Kate Olsen, the poster girl for so many Hollywood actresses who obsess about whittling their waistlines down to nothing, emerges from her month-long stint at a treatment center where she has been battling anorexia, there's a ``big-boned'' actress who proudly embraces her chunkiness.
But it is jet's good looks and lightweight chunkiness which make it perfect for this autumn and winter's high street sixties revival.
It also looks good, its physical chunkiness and robustness surely dispelling feelings of misery and vulnerability during the dismal season.
Furniture feet are an essential part of the design flair to give a feeling of lightness to counterpoint the chunkiness of Shaker.
But the milk had showed no signs of chunkiness or color variance or texture difference.
This quality of invisibility - of stealth, considering its chunkiness of form - is attributable to the gleaming surfaces of glass block and a pair of spreading chestnut trees.