Bust may refer to:
- Bust (sculpture), a sculpture depicting a person's head and shoulders
- Bust (magazine), a feminist pop culture magazine
- Bust, Bas-Rhin, a city in north-eastern France
- Bust, a word for a woman's breasts
- Busted, a slang term for an arrest
- Boom and bust cycle in economics
- Going over 21 in blackjack
Other articles related to "bust":
... Portrait bust of Augustin Pajou (1785), terracotta, Paris, musée du Louvre Portrait bust of Claude-Pierre-Louis Durand at the age of four (1788),plaster, Paris, mus ... This was his morceau de reception when he became an Academician Portrait bust of Robespierre, (1792) terracotta, Musée de la Révolution française, Château de Vizille ... Portrait bust of Charles VIII (1799), terracotta, Paris, école nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts Portrait d'Abélard (1801), plaster bust in a stone medallion, Paris, École ...
2" (2008) "Finer Things" (2008) "Bust It Baby" is a single by Plies released on January 25, 2008 ... was featured as a bonus track on his album, while "Bust It Baby Pt ...
... Aristotle Contemplating a Bust of Homer is an oil-on-canvas painting by Rembrandt van Rijn ... Aristotle, world-weary, looks at the bust of blind, humble Homer, on which he rests one of his hands ... traditionally the favored hand, is on the bust of Homer, is higher, and painted lighter than the left hand on the gold chain given to him by Alexander ...
... took control of Zarang, so Muhammad headed to Bust instead ... suddenly disappeared in battle, allowing the Saffarids to retake control of Bust ... Muhammad shortly after entered Bust, but he himself used violently oppressive methods in a desperate attempt to raise money ...
... Bust is a commune in the Bas-Rhin department in Alsace in north-eastern France. ...
Famous quotes containing the word bust:
“Theyll bust you in the lobby. You look like a training poster for the narc squad.”
—John Guare (b. 1938)
“The grizzly bear whose potent hug
Was feared by all, is now a rug.
Great Caesars bust is on the shelf,
And I dont feel so well myself.”
—Arthur Guiterman (18911943)
“Workers of the world forgive me.”
—Graffito on the bust of Karl Marx in Bucharest. Quoted in Times (London, May 4, 1990)