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“This was a standing joke in the Latin school, and Albert was generally known among his companions as "Biceps" Grimlund.”
“Biceps," whispered Ralph, who had suddenly discovered something interesting in the snow, "do you see that?”
“Biceps curls: Stand on the center of a resistance band with your feet shoulder width apart.”
“Biceps, triceps, a few things for the back, calves, shoulders and so on — and then I'll go on the running machine, cross-trainer or mountain climber.”
“Vanity Trio at least twice this week: superset of Biceps Curl on Ball and French Press on Ball”
“We have Babies and Biceps classes, prenatal yoga, storytime.”
“Featuring well-toned muscular men on its covers, the magazine (circulation: 1.3 million) promises "Killer Abs" and "Bulging Biceps.”
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“Biceps curl: strengthens and tones muscles on the front of the upper arm, making it easier to lift groceries and other things.”
“More Than Beards, Bellies and Biceps ($22.95, Sports Publishing) tells the story of the 1993 National League champion Phillies — and of the Phanatic.”
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