delts


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delts

(dɛlts)
n.pl.
Informal. deltoid muscles.
[1965–70]
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Sure, sculpted shoulders and defined delts look amazing in strapless dresses--but the real win is that they keep your body healthy and strong.
Local law enforcement has monitored The Delts for years due to numerous complaints made against them by fellow students and other members of the community, according to (https://apnews.
Phi Delts have been a vital part of Georgia's history since establishing the Oglethorpe College chapter in 1871.
The Delts on University have volleyball games on grass in front of their house.
Humongous hamstrings, bulging biceps and dangerous delts are obvious attributes of professional athletes.
Samson in its fullest version takes three-and-a-quarter hours (not including the intermissions), singers will need to work on their delts and biceps just to hold up their copies.
The renovated space--designed by the DELTS department in consultation with the Faculty of Medicine and others--includes pre-set lighting controls; two high-end, 16x10 screens and two 7,000-lumens widescreen projectors to display two separate images on each screen; three user stations; stationary controllers in the front of the room and in the projection booth; a wireless unit; document camera; two computers; and two laptop connectors.
It didn't take long for more Sigma Nus and Phi Delts to join the battle as they came home from classes, and within an hour, we had a pretty big snowball fight on our hands as brothers from every Red Square house got involved.
There are other girls & I don't know who they are, but the Delts will get theirs hopefully.
Works on: Your triceps, delts, rotators and biceps.