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delts

(dɛlts)
n. the deltoid muscles. (Bodybuilding.) Look at the delts on that dame!
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The Delts were a "oneball" fraternity, meaning any brother's blackballing dissent could keep you out.
S-3: "Which means there's only one way to end it: The Delts and Neidermeyers get together for a luncheon at the student union but, alas, it turns into a -
The renovated space--designed by the DELTS department in consultation with the Faculty of Medicine and others--includes pre-set lighting controls; two high-end, 16x10 screens and two 7,000-lumens widescreen projectors to display two separate images on each screen; three user stations; stationary controllers in the front of the room and in the projection booth; a wireless unit; document camera; two computers; and two laptop connectors.
It didn't take long for more Sigma Nus and Phi Delts to join the battle as they came home from classes, and within an hour, we had a pretty big snowball fight on our hands as brothers from every Red Square house got involved.
In adapting and living in the sea, one would need body fat to protect the body from cold, broad rib cages to make room for much larger lungs, hyper-developed lats and delts to help with swimming, relatively short limbs or arms, webbing between fingers and toes, and nictating membranes in the eyes (134-135).
Works on: Your triceps, delts, rotators and biceps.
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.
The Delts should increase and make steady contributions to their IRAs, since the money grows tax-deferred and is an easy way to reduce taxable income by at least $2,000 a year.
Boys like Shaun, Delts, Dukey and Kristof have got just the same amount of talent as Malcolm.
The Betas and the Delts were far more popular for the Tulsa kids.
8220;It's been a great opportunity to partner with other Phi Delt chapters across the state for a common cause, especially one as important to Phi Delta Theta at both the national and local level,” said Grant Gosden, Georgia Alpha race organizer.
Examination of DELT anomalies suggested a greater abundance of lesions and erosions at urban than least impacted sites.