potbelly


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potbelly

n. a big belly. He got a potbelly from eating fried chicken.
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Total quantity or scope: LOT A The Care and Collection of Large Animals including horses, donkeys, pet goats, potbelly pigs, etc.
I get to play a guy with a potbelly who wears bifocals -- finally a part that Michael Fassbender couldn't play," he said to EW.
Freestanding potbelly iron stoves were cast in various sizes, and features for cooking, safety and cleaning were added, as well as decorative embellishments.
The Potbelly in Shahpur Jat in South Delhi is a sunny, colourful caf?
At one time, Nast had a potbelly, and he usually wore a large, bushy mustache.
Here is a description of the older cousin, Potbelly (the name indicates her advanced state of pregnancy and also her appetite for food and cooking), as she lies in bed next to her stolid, solid husband, a prosperous manufacturer of prosaic nuts and bolts, of German descent but a follower of the Dalai Lama.
Potbelly and Polly are seahorses waiting for the birth of their one hundred babies.
In 2010 it signed agreements with three more US food concepts: Shake Shack, Potbelly and Texas Roadhouse, all of which are expected to open their first outlets in 2011.
identify with the shampooed pincurled potbelly pig sporting a saddle on
President and CEO, Potbelly Sandwich Works, Chicago, III.
The dine had other oddities, including a birdlike beak, a long neck, a potbelly, stumpy legs, and a short tail.
The least active are inner city teenagers - and there are many of those in Newcastle, nurturing a precocious potbelly.
Relive Harrison Ford's best adventures-before Calista Flockhart, the earring and the potbelly.
The Potbelly Syndrome: How Common Germs Cause Obesity, Diabetes, and Heart Disease" presents a new conclusion regarding a metabolic disorder that affects at least one third of adults in industrialized countries.