breastless


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without a breast

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Even the breasts conspicuously removed from his "breastless torso" (11) seem to haunt the narrative when he sends Talliaferro on a mission to replenish his "unwashed milk bottle" (13), a task that the latter finds inexplicably repugnant.
A private scene in which Onwurah's brother playfully washes his mother's hair indicates Madge's ability to reveal her breastless state to her children and evade the critical gaze of society.
Breastless But Still Breathing: A Breast Cancer Survivor's Journey is the true memoir of a women who, when faced with breast cancer, confronted her fears head on with the aid of friends, family, and the latest advances in medical technology.
Dil dons beautiful lingerie, which is erotically unveiled as Jordan's camera pans down what we now see is a breastless body to the black penis--the woman is a man.
As Clarissa climbs the stairs, in the grips of this fear, she seems to travel psychically toward old age and death; for "as she begin[s] to go slowly upstairs, with her hand on the bannisters, as if she had left a party," she "pause[s] by the open staircase window" and feels "herself suddenly shriveled, aged, breastless" (30).
We rediscover the Amazons fighting bravely on an eternal battlefield of endless horizons and limitless frontiers; we see ourselves flexing bows against our breastless chests, each arrow victoriously striking its mark.
As the fashion industry has favoured the breastless stick-thin model, so real women's interests have been dwarfed by the slimmer hips of teenagers and the resulting huge market for pre-pubescent fashion.
Both of these women are comfortable with their breastless chests but know that others are likely to be startled or even shocked at the sight of the scar and at the sheer absence of breasts.
The Amazons (literally, "breastless") were a non-Greek, barbarian, and warlike tribe or nation located either near the Black Sea or in Libya.
The world of the Turmgesellschaft is itself occupied by a powerful Amazonian clan, but this is a tribe whose members differ radically from the breastless female warriors of myth.
Like Clarissa who feels "suddenly shriveled, aged, breastless" (MD 26), Cusk's women also experience the "crisis of the flesh" (Arlington Park 121).
Tara, who replaced Victoria Beckham in the Walkers advertising campaign last month, said: "If it wasn't for the extra protection my padded bra gave me I could have ended up breastless.
A willowy, breastless blonde stood before them, hair teased out to the size of a football helmet, a black and gold low-cut evening dress, silver and gold bangles on his arms.