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  • noun Plural form of barbell.

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Examples

  • Problem is, my nipples are large and the barbells are a bit too short - the balls keep working their way back INTO the piercing on one side or the other, much ouching.

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  • VW: bowele -- yeah, that's where my sense of humor is coming from and one of those guy's "barbells" is going in the other.

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  • They all do pull-ups on steel bars bolted to the walls, and share a couple of sets of barbells.

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  • She took instant inventory of her life and realized it wasn 't her on-the-rocks marriage to Guy Ritchie or the roadblocks the Malawi government was putting in the way of her adoption plans; it was her barbells.

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  • They were together, a pack, lifting enormous barbells that, apparently, they took with them wherever they went.

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  • My intital response, from my own experience with qualified personal trainers is ‘minimal’. 1 or 2kg barbells.

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  • "We 've done a complete collection for a lady," Mr. Fowler said, referring to gym mats, sports gloves, weight bracelets, even a gym bench, in addition to the barbells.

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  • Mr. Welden was sanguine about the prospects for KiS 's $400 lambskin gym mat, its barbells and jump rope.

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  • Look, Fido, these turtles can climb over barbells.

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  • I 'd agree, except I think that most of us in that beleaguered position are willing to make due with the barbells at Sports Authority.

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