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a rotund individual

containing or composed of fat

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Chaudenson y Mufwene 2001: 179; Fattier 2003: 3; Lefebvre 1998: 120).
While a lot of people say they are concerned about their health, we see them going with the tastier, fattier salads," says Pelletier.
In fact, it seems to be slightly fattier than most other chips.
But even at its most gruesome peaks, My Fattier isn't about agony.
Despite being much fattier, farmed fish provide less usable beneficial omega 3 fats than wild fish," he says.
There has been a rapid increase in obesity in many Asian countries in the last few decades, fuelled by growing affluence and people moving from the countryside to cities, where they have become sedentary and are eating fattier foods.
Experts say the condition has almost quadrupled in the last 20 years because we are eating fattier foods and exercising less.
Filippo, whose wacky flavour inventions include tuna, salami and garlic ice cream, spoke about how the traditional Mediterranean diet has decreased over recent years and been replaced with a fattier one.
The ever-present white trout goes well with a light white Sauvignon Blanc, whereas a fattier fish such as the Baltic salmon (especially smoked) goes better with champagne or a rose wine.
All had the same menu - about 14kg of mackerel mixed with some white fish - but keepers found the mackerel were fattier, adding too many calories for the dolphins.
When you buy salmon, choose the middle cuts for a thicker fillet rather than the fattier belly.
The big-name burger chain would have its business diminished by the postings, while the greasy-spoon competitor -- serving a burger every bit as fatty, if not fattier -- would not.
These desserts aren't lesser versions of fattier or sweeter standards; they're delicious and satisfying in their own right.
Contrary to popular belief, although many people will opt for a fillet steak, the most expensive cut, the rib-eye and sirloin steak retain the most flavour because they are much fattier.
If the fattier foods are more expensive it would be something parents would buy as more of a treat.