fatness


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He asked her to marry him, and his fatness hovered above her like an avalanche.
"I ain't been dreaming!" his Exalted Fatness remonstrated, as the Professor led him away.
'Ah!' replied Newman, suddenly thrusting his face into that of Squeers, 'he has;--the fatness of twenty!--more!
This terrible fowl had no head that we could perceive, but was fashioned entirely of belly, which was of a prodigious fatness and roundness, of a soft-looking substance, smooth, shining and striped with various colors.
It is one of those old, old towns which impress one as a continuation and outgrowth of nature, as much as the nests of the bower-birds or the winding galleries of the white ants; a town which carries the traces of its long growth and history like a millennial tree, and has sprung up and developed in the same spot between the river and the low hill from the time when the Roman legions turned their backs on it from the camp on the hillside, and the long-haired sea-kings came up the river and looked with fierce, eager eyes at the fatness of the land.
Their eyes stand out with fatness; they have more than heart could wish.
May this house live upon the fatness of the land; may corn and wine be plentiful therein; may it grow, may it thrive, may it prosper, may it advance, may it proceed, may it press forward!
We saw his grizzled mustache, the bald spot on his head, the puff-sacks under his eyes, the sagging cheeks, the heavy dewlap, the general tiredness and staleness and fatness, all the collapse and ruin of a man who had once been strong but who had lived too easily and too well.
She was a woman of forty, not at all bad-looking, fat and buxom, with black eyes and eyebrows, good-natured from fatness and laziness, and absurdly bashful.
Don't go taggin' araound after them whose eyes bung out with fatness, accordin' to Scripcher."
While I acknowledge the markedly different context of stigma around mental disability--characterized by an often-sweeping rejection of person-hood affecting the ability to be understood as rhetorically able--I claim that fatness stigma also creates rhetorical disability.
4) Ideological discourses concerning bodies have also been of great concern in critical language teaching scholarship (Pessoa, 2014; Pessoa & de Urzeda Freitas, 2016; Kubota & Lin, 2009; Moita Lopes, 2002; Nelson, 2009; Norton & Toohey, 2011), but, to our knowledge, the themes beauty standards and fatness have not been much addressed.
They said that fatness, smoking, lack of exercise and unhealthy life style are the main reasons of diabetes.
Cardiologists Dr.Kashif Shaikh said that the overweight and fatness is one of the major factors of causing different types of cardio vascular disease and if the parents influence and help children in controlling weight by healthy eating and doing regular physical activity, such major risk factor for heart diseases could be averted.
Known for her distinctive, inclusive, raw and not-holding-anything back style, Gay's 2017 New York Times best-seller, Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body, discussed fatness from the perspective of an overweight person and not after the triumph of weight loss.