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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flex.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bent: as, a limb in a flexed position.
- Specifically, in heraldry, said of an arm, a leg, or other bearing, bent naturally. Also flect, flectant, flected.
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Then, after the songs release the label flexed its muscles and said 'no' to radio stations playing it with no explanation given.
Then, after the songs release the label flexed its muscles and said
But Kiffin flexed his muscles in recruiting — pulling in the No. 1 ranked class, according to Rivals. com — so there is enviable talent on hand as the Trojans try to reclaim the Pac-10 title after they went 5-4 in conference games, tied for fifth.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Ticker) -- Ivan McFarlin flexed his muscles and took the fight out of Eastern Washington.
The sword flexed, singing as it cut through the air.
You can see how it kind of flexed and got -- it was loose, and it took them a little while to get those solar arrays up and running, as they should.
Mr Thomas said he told Mr Holland that if the covenants were not "flexed" then Feltex would require a waiver.
The Vikings' game at Philadelphia on Dec. 26 has been "flexed" to a Sunday night start on NBC, meaning that instead of kicking off at noon CST it will now begin at 7:20 p.m.
The game is being telecast by NBC, which picked up the telecast when the NFL "flexed" out of the Bengals-Chargers as its prime-time matchup.
- Carlson was split wide or "flexed" off the line of scrimmage on 9 of his 45 snaps.
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