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delts

(dɛlts)
n. the deltoid muscles. (Bodybuilding.) Look at the delts on that dame!
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The College of Brockport claimed to have removed the Zeta Psi Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi in 2001, which is why The Delts formed.
As we did, I looked across the street at the Phi Delt house and saw two of its brothers on the front porch.
The male physique has achieved objectification status, and many men are fretting about their pecs and delts the way many women obsess about their butts and thighs.
Like many young couples starting out, Dillard Delts and his wife, Teresa, struggled to make ends meet.
Boys like Shaun, Delts, Dukey and Kristof have got just the same amount of talent as Malcolm.
And the Delts weren't just any group; they arguably had more social cache than any other group on campus.
I have never knowingly whaled on my abs or ripped my delts and if I had ever spent time pumping my guns I certainly wouldn't be telling you about it.
S-1: `Oh, but these are the Delts, the guys whose motto is `We don't get mad, we get even,' and they've been wanting to rub the Neidermeyer noses in it since they didn't graduate nearly 40 years ago so - '
Its scouting report: ``The tie-ins between his arms and delts are incredible - his structure, quality of muscle and definition are best in the NBA.
Quads, delts, traps, pecs, bi's and tri's--all body parts must be artfully sculpted into a well-proportioned whole.
By doing laterals first, your side and rear delts (which tend to be underdeveloped) will be more actively involved.
To strengthen rhomboids and rear delts, he on your stomach on an exercise bench.
Examination of DELT anomalies suggested a greater abundance of lesions and erosions at urban than least impacted sites.