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  • n. Plural form of dyno.


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  • Human rock climbers can achieve startling lateral and upward reach by using their own body weight as a pendulum, moves known as "dynos" in climbing parlance.

    Primates in the News

  • Andy Tucker 'dynos' to a hold on the Ship's Prow at Rotary Park at Horsetooth Reservoir on Monday. - Local News

  • Speaking of other priorities, I learned to do dynos–dynamic movements–in climb class.

    Little Wins. | Mind on Fire

  • It is an image that implies consideration beyond but not exclusive of imaginative creatures and dynos.

    Color and Light Book

  • I may set up some dynos for the kids to try and plan on doing some exercises with blindfolds.

    Climbing Gear So Far

  • There was no whine of test engines on dynos coming through the walls.

    Born To Run

  • This software reads low and should be compared to the lower reading mustang dynos.


  • - I cant talk about especific power figures, since we dont have dynos around.


  • "We've been upgrading and adding dynos to the facility that will expand our capability in developing electric motors," Balch said.

    Daily Breeze Most Viewed

  • Furthermore, what I really like with Heroku is the fact that you have true redundancy, your dynos run on different instances and every time you start a new one, it's run from yet another instance.

    RailsTips - Home


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