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But in my mind, he'll always be in his late 20s, his barrel chest proudly wearing the ultimate iconic strip of red top with white band all around (all around, note - not just on the front, as many subsequent copies failed to replicate).
His body was sleek - a huge barrel chest and tucked-in flanks, as strong as an ox.
In a scrap between the big trousers and the barrel chest, I fancy the Northerner.
Not just facially, he has the barrel chest and tiny bow legs familiar to that stout breed.
His full beard and barrel chest recalling actor Dan "Grizzly Adams" Haggerty, Ash is well suited for all that bending and lifting, with a 5-foot-9-inch, 190-pound frame that gives him a low center of gravity.
She wordlessly communicates her adoration of every hair on his head, the broad expanse of his back, his barrel chest.
Or Gerardo Ventura, 17, of Sherman Oaks, a would-be soldier with a barrel chest who never stops shuffling, never ceases flailing at some imaginary foe.
A phlegmy cough that comes and goes at first then becomes persistent Bronchitis - chest infections start in winter then become more frequent Breathlessness Wheezing Tight chest Barrel chest, where the ribcage stays partially expanded because air can't escape from the lungs.
He had done everything right when he controlled Rangel's lofted pass with his barrel chest, but then let himself down with a poor second touch before his tame shot was pushed wide by Joe Murphy.
Suddenly from the middle of a huddle of henchmen, all dressed up in matching adidas tracksuits, a squat, burly little figure emerged imperiously, his barrel chest puffed out as he strutted through throngs of the world's press towards his seat at the top table.
Newman had one strangely high shoulder and a barrel chest - a typical result of a polio victim's need for air - but few seemed to notice.
Bradbury controlled Adam Barrett's ball with his barrel chest before swivelling to volley past Neil Alexander from 25 yards.
He cocked his head and raised a theatric eyebrow, his barrel chest a swivel to his entire frame.