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  • When I spoke to Nazu, her daughters crouched beneath the breast-shaped clay roof of their home.

    Peace Meals

  • And, the targets they picked, the phallic Twin Towers, the Pentagon with the hole in the middle and the breast-shaped Capitol were certainly strategic choices but nonetheless offered, subliminally or not, an irresistible image to these particular Muslims.

    Hooman Majd: Jihad vs. McSex

  • He called the place Mamuciam - meaning 'breast-shaped hill' because of the shape of the outcrop.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Any hot or cold pack—such as a rice sock or a package of frozen peas—will do, or you may want to try a reusable breast-shaped hot/cold pack, such as those made by Lansinoh, Gerber, and Ameda.

    Baby Bites

  • Only people in Tokyo still think that Britney Spears is sexy, although we heard that they all sleep on breast-shaped pillows made out of used schoolgirls' knickers, so they probably don't count.

    Kevin Federline To Flog Britney Spears Sex Tape?

  • The Mycenean Hellenes arrived, leaving behind the shards of their amphorae and their breast-shaped tombs, bequeathing progeny who, long after the departure of Odysseus, would fight for Athens, be tyrannised by Sparta, and then defeat even the megalomaniac Philip of Macedon, father of Alexander, curiously known as "the Great" and a more preposterous megalomaniac still.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • Usually served two to a dish, the “apples” are warm, breast-shaped mounds of white meats, rather like galantines in composition, with nipples and veins of ham showing faintly under a layer of chicken skin, or, “if you want to go to the expense,” the skin of a suckling pig.40 These were very popular; there are fast-day versions using fish as well.

    Savoring The Past

  • The undressed stone wall was vaguely blue with light reflected from below where the breast-shaped ovens were with their long slots like gashes in Halloween pumpkins, near the bottom of each of the thirty or forty, or perhaps more -- I had no time to count them.

    Jimgrim

  • The wooded and mountainous landscape still spreads out its little breast-shaped hills and its sheets of verdure.

    Saint Augustin

  • The proportion of Castlefield - the area where stood the original Roman fort of Mamucium, which was named after a "breast-shaped hill" - that has been given over to housing has increased at least fivefold since 1988 and more than 5,000 new jobs have been created.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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