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fatty

n. a derogatory nickname for a fat person. (Cruel. Also a rude term of address.) Okay, fatty, you get the biggest piece of cake because you deserve it.
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Esta particula se emplea para expresar que un acontecimiento puede tener lugar en el futuro (DeGraff 2002: 8; Fattier 2003: 3; Lefebvre 1998: 129).
Red wine, depending on style and varietal, is best paired with either fattier of richer fish that can stand the tannins, fruit and depth, Dingier says.
In winter, people tend to exercise less and eat more food in general and fattier foods in particular.
Basha had run the chain since 1968, when he took over following the death of his fattier, who had cofounded the chain in 1932.
Many people have an extra craving for carbohydrates and much fattier foods in the winter.
Plus, you can lower your calorie and fat intake by substituting healthful fish for fattier meats, like beef.
The mice gave birth to pups that developed more and larger fat cells, as well as fattier livers, compared with unexposed pups.
Grains produce fattier meat with less beneficial omega 3 oils found in pasture or wildlife area-reared animals.
Serving as best man was Gerry Taylor, fattier of the groom.
CHILDREN in Cyprus eat fattier and saltier foods, exercise the least and on top of that barely get enough sleep in comparison to those in northern Europe, a new survey revealed yesterday.
It was saltier and fattier than today's leaner, healthier range.
But she notes that these don't deliver as big a dose of omega-3s as fattier fish.
Retailers and manufacturers alike are responding to the demand for healthier deli fare with tasty alternatives to fattier cuts of meat and mayo-laden salads.
It is noticeably fattier to the taste, which does make it more delicious, but not healthier.
The hotel's newly-renovated Silk's restaurant will showcase this style of dining with meat on long skewers placed on racks over a fire with fattier items placed on top so that the juices drip down and help flavour the other cuts.