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  • n. Plural form of dumbbell.


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  • It can also be used with a lesser amount of weight and dumbbells, which is what we'll focus on here.

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  • (otherwise known as dumbbells) that weight between 3 and 5 pounds.


  • And speaking of our secret plans to take over all your wreckerated cakes...those "dumbbells" look suspiciously similar in shape to Nathan Phillips Square...from an aerial view of course that's Toronto City Hall for those of you who don't know the great white north.

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  • Unspliced reads (black bars) fall within a single exon, whereas spliced reads (bars broken into 'dumbbells') span exon-exon junctions (thin horizontal lines connect the alignment of a read to the exons it spans).

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  • American Journal of Sports Medicine, revealed that 90% of injuries occurred while people used free weights, such as dumbbells, as compared to machines.

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  • They found that when they rushed a magnetic field oriented in the opposite direction over the ice, certain chains of molecules would flip their magnetic directions the other way, resulting in "dumbbells" with defects at either end of the chain.

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  • On the stocking-stuffer end of the spectrum, Logan said some new twists on old stalwarts, such as dumbbells and kettle bells that can be adjusted from five to 25 pounds (2.3 to 11.5 kilos) are really taking off.

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  • What makes them so different from other exercise equipment, such as dumbbells, is that the center of weight is displaced from the handle. Stories

  • Clubbell® training offers a unique blend of functional, full range, three-dimensional muscular development that stands in stark contrast to the problematic limitations of conventional, linear training (such as dumbbells and barbells).

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  • 7Si3 phase (top), which features Si "dumbbells," and a Li

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