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python

1. slang A particularly muscular arm; an arm's large bicep. Usually used in the plural in reference to both arms or both sets of biceps. He always wears tank tops so he can show off his pythons. I caught her flexing her pythons in front of the mirror after her workout.
2. vulgar slang A penis. Excuse me a minute. After all those beers, I need to go siphon the python. I asked her if she wanted to feel my python, and she slapped me right in the face.

pythons

n. large, muscular biceps. (see also guns.) Look at the pythons on that guy! He could lift a piano!
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The inhabitants of Sangam city, however, are not alien to being faced with s as pythons kept slithering into the public space due to floods in lower regions and riverbanks of the district.
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The Indian pythons are dimorphic with females of both subspecies being longer and heavier than males.
It houses cobra with black mamba; it exhibits pythons and rears other animals to feed them.
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BOC-NAIA district collector Carmelita Talusan said the pythons were misdeclared as taro chips.
All pythons are constrictors, coiling their bodies around prey and maintaining their grip until the victims' lives are literally squeezed from them.
After more than 30 years, Kisumu residents will have the opportunity to view the remains of famous python Omieri, which was taken to Kenya National Museum headquarters in 1987.
The researchers considered the pythons may have bred in the wild or may have been bred as pets, in a bid to create a species with more appealing colours and patterns, and then returned to the wild.
The Everglades ecosystem, which once sprawled across more than 6,250 square miles (16,187 square kilometers), has been reduced to half its original size by agriculture and urban expansion, and now the pythons threaten to make the 'glades barren of life.
An ecological risk assessment of nonnative boas and pythons as potentially invasive species in the United States.
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