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yokes

n. muscles; abdominal muscles. (see also yoked. Also seen as yolks. Possibly as if muscular shoulders can be seen as yokes of muscle.) Look at the yokes on that broad.
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For pulling, you merely need a single yoke with two traces, but the yoke must fit properly, with the hitch points putting the traces far enough out from the shoulders and body that they will not rub on the animal.
The following year the shoulder yoke was adopted and this became a regular feature of the shirts until 1929.
The Yoke Shopper is one of several innovative products that will be promoted by the Welsh Assembly Government at this year's International Exhibition of Inventors in Geneva next week.
Jesus' words conclude with the promise that "my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.
Experts found a fatigue fracture in the yoke holding the twin tail rotors, which are needed to control the aircraft, according to the report from the National Transportation and Safety Board.
He added that the T-2120 transfer case includes a variety of flanges and full-round/easy-service yokes that are compatible with Rockwell's family of T-2120A-RS transfer cases.
The key items made are deflection yokes for color picture tubes and flyback transformers for TV sets.
Further quantities of the Front and Rear Yokes may be required and the firm quantities will be provided at the ITT stage.
You need different sizes of yokes as your animals grow.
Romuald produces about 800 manganese bronze yokes (C86300) of the type shown in Fig.
The successful combination of the Visteon's Slip-in-Tube design with Alcoa's retrogressively heat-treated seamless aluminum tube and extruded universal joint yokes has created a successful new product for both companies.
He hand carved that first yoke, just like he hand carved the three yokes that came after, when the oxen began to outgrow their yokes and needed adjustment.
He concluded that Bell, within the 18-year period of repose, withheld information from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) about five prior military aircraft accidents Bell knew were caused by the failure of identical tail rotor yokes installed on those aircraft, which caused the Griffith Park helicopter crash.
The major components of the furnace include a refractory lining which contains the molten metal bath; a power coil surrounding the refractory lining; and a number of magnetic yokes for concentrating the magnetic field established by the coil current.
He also serves as a member of the board of directors and the audit and compensation committees of Yokes Washington Foods, Inc.