Then that bell rang, and I thought for one long, mortal minute that I couldn't get out of that chair--literally, physically, muscularly
(59) In July 2018, Sunni tribal groups were forced to push back muscularly
on AAH intimidation and extortion in this area.
Mariani described the House bill as "muscularly
built" and "aggressive." It proposes probation reform, four new Human Rights satellite offices, two major pieces of gun-reform legislation and much else besides.
It is not difficult, is not muscularly
taxing, and does nothing to relieve "back pressure" in the vocal tract.
Initially, we saw there was a small wound and then there was a bit of soreness muscularly
and it took a bit longer.
Speaking about India's National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, the former ISI chief says in the book, 'The upshot is he is just doing what his boss wants to be done, maybe more muscularly
and more vocally.'
Maybe more muscularly
, more vocally,' Gen Durrani adds in the book.
And like the best of Akin's films, it's a muscularly
lean and emotionally raw film.
Physical exam showed a healthy, lean, and muscularly
fit individual with a body mass index of 24.8 kg/[m.sup.2].
Equally thought-provoking stuff comes in Mussorgsky's Khovanschina, muscularly
detailing the struggles between old and new factions during the reforming reign of Peter the Great as Tsar of Russia during the concluding decades of the 17th century.
In contrast to her classmates, she was very aware that focusing on the mirror could compromise her ability to feel her body working muscularly
and thus preferred not to use it.
"Pivot": the players of greater height and the stronger ones muscularly
. Normally, the pivot must use its height and its power playing near the ring.