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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flex.
  • n. Plural form of flex.


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  • * Chodin flexes in the mirror - mirror shatters into pieces*


  • Telemark boots have a toe baffle that flexes, which is necessary for the telemark ski stance, but which makes them incompatible with most crampons.

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  • Planed for optimal daylight and environmental performance, the openings grid "flexes" in the points of higher effort.


  • This measurement rates how much a racket "flexes" during impact.

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  • Once there, we turn around to find the Shark out of breath and glowering blood-brilliant eyes at us as he rolls up his sleeves and flexes his fists.

    Angry Young Man

  • Slingback straps need elastic to stretch as the foot flexes during walking.

    Wanted for Assault

  • Straps crossing the foot at its widest point should be wide and loose enough to accommodate the widening of the foot as it flexes in midstep.

    Wanted for Assault

  • But if Chinese-American relations become more hostile, the chances of conflict by miscalculation will rise, particularly as China flexes its new military muscle in the Pacific, an ocean that the United States has become used to treating as an American lake.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • This is a film about movement: the 14 dancers careering between three sprung stages, the way a pelican flexes its wings in San Francisco Bay, the stately passage of ships past the building's huge windows.

    Tacita Dean at the Common Guild - review

  • Who is going to fund the neighborhood development plans - you know the plans that should prescribe how the neighborhoods will be revitalized after Borders 'flexes her eminent domain powers.

    Blog for Democracy: October 2009 Archives


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