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doughboys

n. the female breasts. What a nice pair of doughboys!
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In 2013, Post 43 supported efforts by the Naperville Century Walk Foundation and other civic organizations to add a second statue at Burlington Park as a complement to the existing Spirit of the American Doughboy. A local historian discovered in a Michigan antique store a Spirit of the American Navy statue, created by the same sculptor, Ernest Moore Viquesneys, who created the Doughboy statue.
New Jersey Native, DJ Doughboy was naturally gifted with inherent abilities to work the turntables.
Many statues of World War I soldiers--or "doughboys," as they were commonly referred to--around the country were sculpted by artists John Pauling or E.M.
It also features fellow Doughboyz Cashout members Payroll, Big Quis, HBK and Doughboy Dre, as well as rapper Band Gang Paid Will, according to (https://pitchfork.com/news/doughboy-roc-detroit-rapper-shot-and-killed-at-29/) Pitchfork , a U.S.-based online magazine.
"The Garden Club spends $500 a year on the gardens around The Doughboy and the Blue Star Marker.
What Gutierrez reveals is a generational portrait of men who believed strongly in the old abstractions lamented by Hemingway and his cohort: Namely, doughboys emerged from a clearly defined culture of heroic masculinity and fought out of a sense of duty and patriotism.
There simply weren't enough ships to get the Doughboys across the Atlantic Ocean and now thousands of Doughboys were being crowded into transit camps near the ports.
As recently As 1998, Doughboy received 200 fan letters A week and 1,500 requests for autographed photos.
Empey deserves to be remembered, especially on this Veterans Day - a hundred years after he blazed a trail for the thousands of doughboys who would follow.
The idea that boys are best raised by men is developed through Doughboy's and Ricky's relationships with their single mother.
Though doughboy is most closely connected with World War I, the word dates back to before the 20th century.
He is a member of the Doughboy and Wadsworth wrestling clubs, and enjoys working out in his free time.