male body

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Noun1.male body - the body of a male human beingmale body - the body of a male human being  
chassis, bod, human body, material body, physical body, physique, build, anatomy, figure, flesh, frame, shape, soma, form - alternative names for the body of a human being; "Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
adult male body, man's body - the body of an adult man
male reproductive system - the reproductive system of males
male internal reproductive organ - the reproductive organs of a man
male chest - the chest of a man
male person, male - a person who belongs to the sex that cannot have babies
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The center of gravity of the male body is high, and the tendency is to overtopple.
Griselde Camacho, 45, Carmen Tanco, 67 and Rosaura Hernandez-Barrios, 21 were confirmed as having died in the incident, with the fourth victim identified as a male body and a fifth and sixth victim pulled from the rubble overnight, officials said.
Based on documentation on the private, public, and military advocacy and provision of physical education in the national library and archives, the army archives, and the police and departmental archives in Paris, Remaking the Male Body presents engaging and informative sections on the marketing of physical culture for men, replete with analyses and illustrations of promotional material, and on physical culture at the Paris World Fair of 1937.
The male body is rather complicated; the only more complicated thing is the female body.
The groin is the most common area for male body hair removal, followed by the chest and underarms.
An unidentified male body aged about 55 years was found lying at a brick kiln in Nowgam area of Srinagar.
RESCUERS on Friday retrieved one more male body from Pandoh Dam in Himachal Pradesh's Mandi district.
A sex chromosome that's present in every normal male body cell.
The study, which polled British men between the ages of 20 and 30, claims to prove that male body confidence is at an all-time low with 45 percent of the men surveyed considering themselves to be overweight, while just under a fifth of men (16 percent) thinking they are clinically obese.
The tendency to measure male body image in terms of "lean muscularity" and its apparent relation with issues of self-acceptance, psychological distress, supplement use, and eating disorders could be interpreted as lending further support to the notion that an objectified representation of a restrictive brand of masculinity is being sold to young men in much the same way that an objectified and restrictive femininity is marketed to young women, and with similar harmful consequences.
Some of the themes explored include the transition from practical to "atmospheric" appeals, the impact of market research, and the display of the male body in underwear advertising.
Studies have also found that cells taken from a female body are better at repairing damage compared with cells from a male body.