from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A gluteus muscle. Often used in the plural.
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- n. , colloquial) A gluteal muscle.
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- n. any one of three large skeletal muscles that form the buttock and move the thigh
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The "glute" injury that forced Manning to miss practice time last week apparently wasn't a problem Sunday.
Colts QB Peyton Manning was listed as a limited participant on the Wednesday practice report with a "glute" injury.
"glute," which happens to be his rear end in case brother Eli is taking notes for their next oneupsmanship commercial.
My right 'glute' muscle is not being activated properly so although I can run, and run at a decent pace, I can't sprint and don't have the agility to jump or play to the standard required. "
Green Bay, meanwhile, has ruled out four players for Sunday's game: linebackers Nick Barnett (wrist) and Brandon Chillar (shoulder), fullback Quinn Johnson (glute) and cornerback Sam Shields.
Also missing practice Thusday in Green Bay: linebacker Brandon Chillar, fullback Quinn Johnson (glute) and cornerback Sam Shields (calf).
Lifting a box of books that afternoon, I felt an unpleasant twinge in my left glute.
Dr. Bassett says standing up and riding a jet ski requires more recruitment of thigh, calf and glute muscles, thus expending more energy and burning more calories than an activity like kayaking where your lower body is still.
I wonder if Q developed a special gaydar for Bond that operates off of scrote heat and glute clinches, which guides by tugging on the users flacid member …. to the left, to the left … to the right, to the right …
Quick Fix If Ms. Cheng only has 15 minutes to work out, she will do quad and glute strengthening exercises with resistance bands and scrunch up a towel with her toes to work the tiny muscles in her feet.