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breadbasket

The stomach. Ooh, the goalie took that shot right in the breadbasket.

breadbasket

and dinner basket
n. the belly; the stomach. I hit him, pow, right in the breadbasket. I have a little pain in the dinner basket.
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* Bypass the bread or rolls that are often served before the meal; if you can't resist, take one piece and ask your server to remove the bread basket from the table.
It is being kept as original as it was." SALLY HARRIS OF BOURNVILLE BREAD BASKET
From the 'bread basket' of the nation to partition and war omensC*an epitome of the collapse of the project of the Arab world.
The villages have been flooded and crops destroyed in Pakistans bread basket of Sindh province, which was one of the worst-hit areas in unprecedented floods in 2010 that affected 21 million people and caused losses of $10 billion.
The first inkling that there was substance to all the style was the complimentary bread basket. This bread was astounding - La Gourmandise good - and freshly baked on the premises by the executive chef himself every morning.
Summary: The Nile Delta, Egypt's bread basket since antiquity, is being turned into a salty wasteland by rising seawaters, forcing some farmers off their lands and others to import sand in a desperate
Those are my weaknesses because if there is a bread basket in front of me before dinner I will eat the lot.
There was a fly bathing in one of our drinks, another jumping on the bread basket and a table that would rock from side to side spilling our drinks every time one of us dared to lean on it!
Sudan has been described as a possible bread basket for the Middle East and has great productive potential in land close to the Blue and White Nile rivers and the River Nile proper.
The boy, now 19, was reportedly attacked in May 2003 by British soldiers at Camp Bread Basket near Basra and is now launching a civil case against the MoD.
A country that was once called the bread basket of Africa, now in absolute tatters with inflation running at figures that I can't comprehend, and the cost of an ordinary loaf of bread in the thousands of dollars.
In their leaner days some of them scammed restaurants for meals, if only in the form of the contents of the bread basket. Some of them were rich, some were poor, some were stars of the screen or the studio, some were unrepentant drunks.
The 0.34-acre property, one-time home of the Bread Basket restaurant, previously was linked with a September 2007 mortgage of $25,000 held by Delta Trust & Bank of Little Rock.
In the early 1900s, it was called ethyl and every farmer in the bread basket used it to power machinery.
The archbishop has been a steadfast critic of Mugabe, whom he described as "the worst kind of racist dictator." His regime, Sentamu said, has turned Zimbabwe, a once-wealthy nation in the days when it was known as Rhodesia, from a "bread basket into a basket case."