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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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From the adult contrast/child main fabric, cut two adult front yokes on the fold, two adult back yokes on the fold, two child front/backs on the fold and two child box sleeves on the fold.
Features include precision heat-treated raceway with legs robotically welded to the inside and outside of yoke for maximum strength, and notched swivel yokes for a field-installable swivel lock.
Invitation to tender : Acquisition of masts and yokes for a period of four years, with an option to extend for one year.
During annual inspection, owner requested control yokes be changed.
If working simultaneously on more than one Taurus revolver of the same caliber, keep the frames, side plates and yokes distinctly separate.
The white yokes were brought back in 1964 but lasted only two seasons, while a type of yoked shirt was used in 1983-84.
To date 4,500 Yokes have been sold and they are proving so popular that Matt has given up his job as digital director at a major publishing company to concentrate on running and developing the business.
said Tuesday it is recalling a total of 565,756 vehicles in nine models for replacement of faulty intermediate shafts and sliding yokes.
The latest supermarket under development from Spokane, Wash.-based Yokes Fresh Market might be considered its "lucky thirteenth." The stars seem to be in alignment for this innovative independent, which continues to grow its business in Washington state and Idaho amid major chain competition including Albertsons, Kroger, Safeway, and Wal-Mart.
Levi yokes Scotus to Ockham as the chief perpetrators of the scholastic impasse, under the heading of nominalist theology, although he recognizes the fact that Scotus was a realist.
The plant floor is chockablock with vertical and horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes, and multi-spindle chuckers that process knuckles, wheel hubs and driveline yokes and flanges.
Over a one-year period, Fonderie St.-Romuald produces about 800 manganese bronze yokes (C86300) of the type shown in Fig.
From the fabric, cut one front and back on the fold, two front yokes on the fold, two back yokes on the fold, two cuffs on the fold and two front ties on the bias.
There are several good yoke makers here in New England and prices for new yokes can range from $100 on up depending on size and quality of the yoke.