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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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Deed-a-Day Danny's pea shooter did the job against planes that looked like World War I leftovers and when the parachuting pilots ended up hanging by their braces from branches they invariably muttered that traditional Teutonic oath "Bust mein breadbasket".
Fill your own breadbaskets with these recipes for Lithuanian Rye Bread, Cuban Bread and Shandy Bread (a beer bread).
Everything went as usual: bread baked and put in its basket; kitty tuckered out and put in her basket; me rushing to grab the breadbasket so I could promptly show up on my friend's doorstep.
In many of the world's breadbaskets, however, increases in the yield of the three primary grains have slowed or even reached a plateau, Observes Lester R.
We talk about modifying the weather, of making deserts bloom, of turning forests into pastures and prairies into breadbaskets. But it's probably fair to say that except in wartime and in a relatively small area, no one deliberately sets out to make this world unlivable.