When they could give no more an Honest Man came along and by a single small payment obtained a judgment and took the Piano home, where his daughter used it to develop her biceps
muscles, becoming a famous pugiliste.
He had gripped me by the biceps
with his single hand, and when that grip tightened I wilted and shrieked aloud.
At last Clayton saw the immense muscles of Tarzan's shoulders and biceps
leap into corded knots beneath the silver moonlight.
Each wore a flat, turtle-shell ring suspended through his nose, and each carried a clay pipe in an ear-hole or thrust inside a beaded biceps
With one grip of his iron fingers and a pull, he could have plucked a muscle, say a biceps
, by the roots, clear out of their bodies.
The swelling biceps
, the coat straining at its buttons over the chest, the air of conscious conviction of the supereminence of the male in the cosmogony of creation, even a calm display of bow legs as subduing and enchanting agents in the gentle tourneys of Cupid--these were the approved arms and ammunition of the Clover Leaf gallants.
But this time Dave had no night-stick to throw, and he was caught by the biceps of both arms in a grip so terrific that it made him groan with pain.
And Dave went, without further word, both his biceps aching intolerably from the bruise of that tremendous grip.
(Heaven only knows how!) without either a biceps
or a betting-book.
He reached over to her and felt her arm at the biceps
. The pressure of the encircling fingers was firm and honest, and Saxon thrilled to it.
He tucked his head on the biceps
of his right arm, with the hollow of the left snuggling Jerry in against his chest, and dozed off to sleep.
Likewise her feminine eye took in the clothes he wore, the cheap and unaesthetic cut, the wrinkling of the coat across the shoulders, and the series of wrinkles in the sleeves that advertised bulging biceps