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Chickenstalker: always inclined to corpulency, even in the days when he had known her as established in the general line, and having a small balance against him in her books.
Yorke-Davies had written a popular diet book, ''Foods for the Fat: A Treatise on Corpulency and a Dietary for its Cure.'' He and Taft had a long-distance relationship.
The figure was strongly marked by corpulency, a mark of beauty in Eastern women.
In "The Best Food for Stout and Thin Women," the author assures her female readers that women, too, can reduce, but warns "The reduction of corpulency ...