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delts

A shortening of "deltoids," referring to the deltoid muscles of the arm. We really blasted our delts at the gym yesterday—I can barely lift my arms!
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delts

(dɛlts)
n. the deltoid muscles. (Bodybuilding.) Look at the delts on that dame!
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% DELT (n) Percentage of total fish captured that upon gross inspection possessed deformities, eroded fins, lesions, or tumors.
Positions for the MVICs were performed according to standardized procedures, chosen based on commonly used muscle testing positions for the (1) TRICEP (Kendall et al., 2005), (2) PEC (Snyder and Fry, 2012), (3) DELT (Ekstrom et al., 2005), (4) TRAPS (Ekstrom et al., 2005), (5) ABS (Vera-Garria et al., 2010), (6) LUMB (Jakobsen et al., 2013), (7) FEM (Jakobsen et al., 2013) and were performed against a fixed immovable resistance (i.e., Smith machine).
DELT = Deformities, Eroded fins, Lesions, and Tumors (DELT), VP = Very Poor, P = Poor.
The Distance English Language Teaching (DELT) undergraduate program was established in 2000 with Basic Education Law numbered 2547 to meet the great need for EFL teachers, especially in primary and secondary schools.
Jacques van Delt has submitted his resignation as director of the Solar Observing Section due to other priorities on his time.
Schaible [10] has delt with many dual fractional programming problems involving the optimization of a single ratio.
Khaled Ali, head of the Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights, said that the bill was a setback to democracy and delt with the right to protest and organize strikes as a crime.
Delta Corp Ltd (BSE: DELT.BO) will offer funding to DHPL in opening an initial Thunderbird branded property in India.
As we did, I looked across the street at the Phi Delt house and saw two of its brothers on the front porch.
Concluding in the early 1990s that the framework had outlived its usefulness, the university closed it and replaced it with the more conventionally-focused department of Distance Education and Learning Technologies (DELT).
Unlike banks in Western economies, Islamic banks have been delt less of a blow by the financial crisis and experts believe it is because the laws followed are based on those set out in Islam's Holy book, the Quran, which for Muslims is the word of God.
Yet it would also be prudent to remember how the Chinese authorities delt with some of their own people who attempted to disrupt a Chinese prestige project that would put China centre stage in the world which they believe to be their rightful place.
The percent DELT (deformities, eroded fins, lesions and tumors) individuals metric was removed due to improper field classifications during the 2002 field season.