bicep


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bicep

(bī′sĕp′)
n. Usage Problem
A biceps, especially of the front upper arm.
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That polarization can take on a twirling pattern identical to the one BICEP researchers sought in the CMB to support the theory of inflation.
I could put a couple of socks up my shirt to achieve the same effect but I don't want to attract shallow bicep crazy girls.
Muttiah Muralitharan will have to wait until next week before he knows whether his bicep injury will rule him out of the World Twenty20 Championship, writes David Clough.
Our enrollment in the BICEP program is a stepping stone for an independent future securitization containing 100 percent American Guardian loan products.
His defiant "Rosie" with her hair up in a red and white polka-dot bandanna flexes her bicep showing the muscle of the American woman.
The continuous pulling movements by the rowers require the back and bicep muscles to provide enough pushing movements in the weight room to strengthen the antagonist muscles (chest, triceps.
The biceps brachii muscle belongs to the flexor group of muscle in the arm.
On physical examination, the patient had a scar from the previous surgery, a hollow area in his left anterior shoulder, and a prominent biceps muscle belly (FIGURE).
He drew attention on social media in recent months as a result of his already unusually large biceps, which he claims are the product of self-applied injections of a site enhancement oil called synthol, reports said Saturday.
Purpose: Traditionally, biceps tenotomy has been recommended for obese, older, and less active patient populations, while tenodesis is preferred in younger, thinner, and more active individuals.
A ativacao dos musculos reto femoral e biceps femoral nos 4 atletas apresentou padroes distintos em relacao ao tempo de ativacao e amplitude do sinal, todavia, observou-se em todos os atletas a ativacao dos dois musculos em conjunto.