heavily-built

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heavily-built

[ˌhɛvɪlɪˈbɪlt] adjdi corporatura robusta, massiccio/a
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Security guard Colin Buxton, 53, and two unnamed colleagues gave chase on the sprawling 62-acre site as the heavily-built, 6ft attacker fled into the darkness.
His heavily-built assailant, who is said to have a deep hatred of sex offenders, went to Sutcliffe's room in Henley Ward, saying he wanted to borrow a video.
The victim was a heavily-built man believed to be in his late 20s or early 30s.
He is aged between 25-35, heavily-built, with a paunch and a large nose, and had closely cropped hair.
Police said the heavily-built woman walked into the post office at Forbuoys in The Precinct, Warwick, at about 5.
Around 100 mourners attended the Requiem Mass in St Nicholas's Church, where at least three heavily-built men stood guard at each of the doors.
Rhys Rowlands, defending, told Caernarfon crown court that following her conviction for robbery by a jury on Wednesday, heavily-built Neal had been admitted to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd after she took an overdose of medication.
Stobie, heavily-built and wearing a red and blue T-shirt, stood with his arms folded in the dock and did not speak during the ten-minute hearing.
Heavily-built Kay, 30, was accused of stabbing Sutcliffe in both eyes with a felt- tip pen in the high-security Berkshire hospital.
Stockwell Strangler Kenneth Erskine and murderer Jamie Devitt, rescued Sutcliffe from the hands of a heavily-built robber, who hates sex offenders.
Liverpool crown court heard it was the tall, heavily-built girl, who is too young to be named, who first dragged and held him to the ground as he walked up Stanley Street on March 24.
Newcastle Crown Court was told that a female PC managed to get into the home, even though Allinson ( who stands over 6ft tall and is heavily-built ( tried to block the way.