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  • n. constitution of the human body

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Examples

  • The human body-build does not let us lick the elbow.

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  • And in Germany, I lifted at a local gym in Fortsheim, and the owner of that gym used to body-build nationally in Germany.

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  • "The mood in the plant has changed to where people are quiet and not saying much," said Denny Dickhausen, 65, a 40-year veteran who cleans up overnight and met his wife, Brenda, on the body-build line.

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  • Her father, Gordon Best, worked as a body-build superintendent.

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  • His hypothesis is that all 35 animal phyla self organized half a billion years ago at the time of the Cambrian explosion using dynamical patterning modules (DPMs), a pattern language that called up certain physical processes to enable multicellular animals about a millimeter in size to body-build cavities, layers of tissue, segments, extremities, primitive hearts and even eyes.

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  • I used to have a very physical job and still made time in my "leisure" to body-build, coach soccer for my daughters and go to weekly games, play racquetball or wallyball once or twice a week, work on the yard or house, and take my wife out on a date once a week.

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