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obesity
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The Fountainhead
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  • Everything about the person of Mitchell Layton was almost and not quite, just short of succeeding: his body had started out to be tall, but changed its mind, leaving him with a long torso above short, stocky legs; his face had delicate bones, but the flesh had played a joke on them, puffing out, not enough to achieve obesity, just enough to suggest permanent mumps.
  • He was saying to an obese gentlemen with a face turning purple in the heat of an argument: "But, my friend, I might not like it either.

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  • I swear, security there is tighter than an airport—like obesity in America is somehow a terrorist plot, and the next big thing to go will be the nation’s elliptical machines—and the card features a tiny picture of me, a membership ID number, and my last name and initials: KINGSTON, S. E. Irma screws up her face.
    Lauren Oliver  --  Before I Fall
  • Morbidly obese with devotion!
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl

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