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He was ideally built for climbing: small, compact and muscular.
Now they have engineered another batch of overly muscular rodents.
He found the muscular football players appalling and despaired of finding a barber who could give a proper haircut.
He was also uncomfortable with the muscular nationalism other musicians were embracing.
Chromatophores are connected to the nervous system, and their size is determined by muscular contractions.
Elephant trunks and tongues are other examples of a muscular hydrostat.
The physiological origin of this rumbling involves muscular activity in the stomach and small intestines.
Behind this muscular display, however, is a more nuanced reality.
But it's all there-the tiny arms, the huge head, the large teeth and muscular jaw.
What is missing is more muscular outside intervention.
Suddenly sharp teeth grab the rat and something quickly wraps the rodent with its long, strong, muscular body.
Unfortunately, the studded interior of this sleeve is more middling than muscular.
Although they can release their muscular foothold to tumble in a current-a few can even swim freely-they are rarely in a hurry.
In this theory, neurons are tied to our muscular action and external senses.
It was an herbivore, and judging from the artists' renderings, quite muscular.
Lisa, who also had muscular dystrophy, left a void in his life that the long hours of programming help fill.
Thus, overall, the stress of repeated bouts of exercise yield neural as well as muscular enhancements to increase muscle strength.
Medical tests showed he suffered from muscular dystrophy, the hospital said.
Your observation of baldness and stocky muscular build may be connected, but likely not by psychological compensation.
The majors use their muscular jaws to crush seeds that the smaller workers bring back to the nest.
Well, maybe if you had the courage and the muscular strength.
As a result, animals with supercharged muscular strength rule the skies, and plant growth is rampant.
Sunshine on my muscular shoulders is the best antidepressant around.
Muscular wrestlers and willowy swimmers shopped in the arcade.
There must be something more to the success of such a varied group than their skeletal and muscular inheritance.
It's long and low, with an aggressive stance and a muscular look.
The third question is whether the country's people want a muscular foreign policy.
Muscular movement plays an important role but, unlike in football or basketball, not a dominant one.
The colon, or large intestine, is a muscular tube that begins at the end of the small intestine and ends at the rectum.
There is something to be said for strong, muscular central government.
They take on a completely empty look that challenges the image of the big muscular superhero body.
His boxes are introspective miniatures, not muscular showpieces.
Damage to exposed nerves leads to painful and frightening episodes which may result in loss of muscular function.
The muscular-looking tourist with the cameras around his neck.
They have to play some role in the decision whether to pay for research into medieval poetry or muscular dystrophy.
Behind them is an incredibly muscular hulk, a weight-lifter perhaps.
What makes it different is the role of two new actors: muscular middle-income countries and the rising generics industry.
Third, electrical signals generated by muscular activity such as blinking are easily confused with actual brain-wave readings.
In addition to the obvious muscular development, running barefoot also promotes landing forefoot first, rather than on the heel.
Muscular and strong, it has a tougher hide and rubbery hooves, and it resists the horse's temptation to panic.
Where the muscular fibers are in a direct line with those of the tendon or aponeurosis, the two are directly continuous.
The muscular structure of the heart consists of bands of fibers, which present an exceedingly intricate interlacement.
At the port the country's muscular determination to remain in business is manifest on every loading dock.
Whatever artificial muscular training is employed should be specially adapted to the development of the upper half of the body.
The plays that emerge are funnier and more muscular than one might have expected.
Old poets, and some new, flared brightly for a time in instantly published anthologies or on ever more muscular blogs.
He flexed his muscular arms, bent his knees, thought he could dodge an emu.
Muscular power and wood for fire, oil for light were the scarce energy sources used.
Betty was sturdier, with a square muscular body to anchor them both.
Her voice is a muscular contralto that she uses the way a jazz singer does, creating hypnotic musical lines.
Her middle tones have a convex, strength-in-reserve heft, and her upper register is burnished and muscular.
There is something poignant, while straining, in how this sensitive soul held himself to standards of muscular decisiveness.
By now, though, the violence has probably spread too far to be contained without more muscular intervention.
She has a lithe, muscular body and a sinuous mind to match.
The game's huge, muscular characters in heavy armor have not changed, nor has the action.
The idea of being able to construct an artificial muscular system has inspired some grand visions-biological robots, to name one.
To me, concepts of endurance also evoke thoughts on discovery of performance biomarkers and cures for muscular dystrophy.
Of course, the muscular prose of the master polemicist makes short work of the accusations.
Many others are of garment workers: pressers and cutters and finishers, muscular and sweaty, beleaguered and dignified.
The book will make good reading on a winter evening though there will be some muscular strain.
Some believe that the lack of a public option might be acceptable if new regulations and oversight are sufficiently muscular.
The arms are composed almost entirely of muscle, with no bone or external skeleton-a structure known as a muscular hydrostat.
Sabertooths were large and muscular, similar in size-but not closely related-to modern-day tigers.
But cobras are not particularly muscular, and their fangs are relatively small.
Even against the tremendous drag created by its gaping maw, flicks of the whale's muscular tail power it through the water.
Sabertooths had a short tail and a heavy, muscular build.
Toby really had to problem solve in order to fight huge, muscular, fang-toothed monsters with only a few weapons.
Although quite small he was rather muscular and turned out to be heavier than expected.
The esophagus, commonly called the food pipe, is a narrow muscular tube about nine-and-a-half inches long.
It should be something akin to a vibrant and muscular fitness of the human mind and spirit.
Though he had this muscular body, he didn't really flaunt it.
Researchers say they turned a mouse with muscular dystrophy into a mighty mouse by injecting stem cells into its muscles.
The amount of skin indicates how muscular the hadrosaur was and, consequently, how fast it could run.
That's because scientists think its muscular thighs were so strong that it used them to boot its enemies.
Then he climbs her body and hangs from her neck by his muscular prehensile tail.
No muscular tic or twitch haunts her perfectly made-up face.
No blood circulation means no oxygen and sugars for the muscular cells involved in motion.
Less testosterone makes them more flexible than their muscular counterparts.

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