from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Table at currency.
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- n. The latissimus dorsi muscles.
- n. The currency of Latvia, divided into 100 santims.
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- n. the basic unit of money in Latvia
There's the vibration style, which works the biceps and triceps, and the stabilization style which works the shoulders and what we call the lats latissimus dorsi.
She focuses on her lats, the back muscles that are key to paddling, often doing lat pull downs and seated rows.
NOT SURE HOW … but given lats times success … I gotta try again.
Heavy shoulders, powerful arms, solid delts and lats.
I'm still chasing that dream but her lats are carrying her away quickly.
And it wipes the slate and lats the person get on with their life.
After a brief pause at the bottom, contracted position, inhale as you slowly raise the bar to the starting position with your arms fully extended, feeling a slight stretch in your lats.
After a brief pause at the bottom, contracted position, inhale as you slowly raise the bar back to the starting position with your arms fully extended, feeling a slight stretch in your lats.
You could maybe angle it and add abs or lats, or step and use a falling motion and gravity.
In Passion Play by Mitch Glazer they're, well, real goddamn wings, humongous ones, sprouting from the lats of Megan Fox as the Bird Woman in a traveling circus.
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