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quads

A quadriceps muscle, the largest muscle on the thigh. Usually used in plural constructions. I've got a great workout for you if you want to blast your quads. My quads are really sore after that long bike ride.

quads

n. the quadriceps, large muscles in the upper legs. (Bodybuilding.) I found some great new exercises to strengthen my quads.
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Following the death of a 21-year-old British tourist in August 2010, Perdikis sent another question to the communications ministry, asking how many injuries and deaths occurred with quad bikes.
Commercial use for the same period ranged around 3.2 quads with a low in 2006 of 2.9 quads.
'Bikesure's 'freethinking insurance' attitude, offering cover for any bike, however non-standard, makes quads a natural market for the company.
Honda spokesman Martin Sanders, who is also chairman of the Council of the Agricultural Engineers Association, says: " Quad bikes are not toys.
In the 2nd quads, the Yarm B crew missed out narrowly on qualification.
The primary distinction between a single triple and a triple quad LC/MS system is sensitivity.
The West South Central region (Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas) is expected to show the most vigorous growth, with annual industrial energy consumption increasing from 9.1 quads in 1996 to 12 quads by 2015.
After your glowing report, the controller pulls you aside and asks about these new eight-position quads that would have cost only $2,000 because they would have worked with the existing VCR and monitor.
"Quad rugby provides the outlet quads have wanted for a long time," says Dan Casady, a 1B player for the Tampa Generals.
As a result of Lysacek's gold, the International Skating Union revised the scoring for quads, pushing the value of it over 10 points and essentially making it a program requirement.
Police are advising farmers to look for stray quads or other pieces of farming machinery they may spot in unusual places, as thieves are known to steal a piece of machinery and hide it on the land so they can come back later for it.
Operations manager Robert Balls says: ``Because they are not standard vehicles, quads are notoriously difficult to insure for road use.
Operations manager Robert Balls, said: "Because they are not standard vehicles, quads are notoriously difficult to insure for road use.
You may not have pulled your quads so much as taxed them, as many marathoners do, by allowing your form to deteriorate in the late miles of the race.
"Everybody that I know is very concerned about these off-the-road machines being used around the streets of Carrick and we've tried our best to stop these quads on the streets.
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