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  • "The Bosom is Back" trumpeted the Times, "Big is Beautiful" cheered the Star, every piece illustrated with a picture of Hendricks spilling milkily out of a low-cut dress, her magnificent arse curving into frame like the first sight of the beach on a long car ride.

    Big breasts are the new small breasts

  • Behind the Bosom was a large and weighty desk covered with a multitude of personal letters, belonging for the most part to Mrs. Norris, a cheque-book open and face down in mute obeisance to the blotter, newspaper clippings, spectacle cases, scissors, and ash trays.

    Tutors' Lane

  • Exactly: the series is essentially a remake of the '80s sitcom with the chipper and not-so-ambiguous title Bosom Buddies -- a kind of Tootsie meets The Odd Couple .

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  • Their helmsman, who stood with the tiller between his legs, with his hands crossed and hid in his "Bosom," was a picture in himself.

    Fred Markham in Russia The Boy Travellers in the Land of the Czar

  • Arthur 'Bosom' Brand of the Grenadier Guards, who was the inspiration for the sergeant-major in this song. - Articles related to Jennifer Garner gets the royal treatment as she visits Starbucks in a tiara

  • John's son, Henry III, in the words of Sellar and Yeatman in 1066 and All That, "was a confused kind of King and is only memorable for having seized all the money in the Mint, imprisoned himself in the Tower of London and, finally, flung himself into the Bosom of the Pope".

    Great dynasties of the world: The Plantagenets

  • The trend gets much worse at midseason, with a "what were they thinking" project called Work It, a shrill Bosom Buddies knockoff about two unemployed he-men who dress as women none too convincingly to get jobs as pharmaceutical reps.

    Critic's Notebook: The ABC Upfront

  • I listed “My Life” as my favorite song, simply because it was used in the opening of Bosom Buddies and I remember sort of liking it back then.

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  • I will totally own up to liking the Bosom Buddies theme song too.

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  • She sang robust, semicomic duets with three former partners—the Gershwins' "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" with Samuel Ramey; Jerry Herman's ripe, mutually insulting "Bosom Buddies" with Marilyn Horne an unannounced and delightful surprise; and Mr. Heggie's "The Years Roll By," which allowed Ms. von Stade, age 66, and Kiri Te Kanawa, 67, to get in a few bittersweet digs about aging gracefully.

    Singing Into Retirement


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