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  • noun Plural form of squat.

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Examples

  • Instead these pointy-eared punks live in squats, stealing electricity, food, clothes, whatever they need to survive, always in danger of being caught by the fuzz, who'll clip their ears if they catch them -- causing them to grow up after all, the worst possible fate a Borrible can imagine.

    MIND MELD: What Book Introduced You to Fantasy?

  • It was a time where art and craft were united, where unique wonders were invented and forgotten, and punks roamed the streets, living in squats and fighting against despotic governance through wit, will and wile.

    Archive 2007-02-25

  • It was a time where art and craft were united, where unique wonders were invented and forgotten, and punks roamed the streets, living in squats and fighting against despotic governance through wit, will and wile.

    Boing Boing

  • One can get basic cable for $12.99 a month, if the piece o’ country on which one squats is more “town” than “boondocks.”

    Confessions of a country autodidact

  • One can get basic cable for $12.99 a month, if the piece o’ country on which one squats is more “town” than “boondocks.”

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • The squats were a little light, I think, since she regularly does both high reps and heavy weights.

    The 300 Workout For Women

  • Toning sections use body-sculpting classics such as squats, lunges, push-ups and planks.

    Do a little dance: Exercise DVDs make their moves

  • The toning intervals use the resistance band, which comes with the DVD, to intensify classic body sculptors such as squats, lunges, bicep curls and rows.

    Do a little dance: Exercise DVDs make their moves

  • Users place hands and feet on two sliding discs to perform exercises, such as squats, planks and leg curls.

    Tough New Workout Gear That Goes Easy on the Joints

  • Compound exercises, such as squats, work a lot of muscle groups.

    Archive 2009-01-01

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