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  • He wore a loose-fitting T-shirt, the sleeves torn or cut away to reveal his well-muscled arms to the best effect.

    Crossed

  • A. afarensis still retained the well-muscled arms that would have been useful in trees, Potts noted.

    Kin of famous Lucy had feet like modern people

  • Soft, but well distributed, and well-muscled underneath.

    dear clusterflock | clusterflock

  • In 1919 the Washington Post applauded "serious cleaning up" of "bewhiskered, ranting, howling, mentally warped, law-defying aliens" and "international misfits," and in subsequent generations we find parallel support for official, well-muscled efforts to make us feel safe by finding an internal enemy that can be attacked.

    Michael Roth: Review of Jay Feldman's Manufacturing Hysteria

  • He turned to face a tall man with a well-muscled build.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • This close, she realized how tall he was, six-four or six-five, his frame well-muscled beneath his cassock.

    Etched in Bone

  • She had let us into her inner life and shown us her self-doubts and fears, so now I could no longer see her as only a well-muscled body.

    World Wide Mind

  • With his well-muscled physique, he resembled a bodybuilder more than a man of the cloth.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • I went school with a tall, big-boned, well-muscled farmgirl of Danish heritage.

    Here's Brienne

  • Fludd, a senior wing who goes by the nickname "Truck" for reasons that are apparent to anyone who watches him wield his well-muscled, 6-foot-4 frame in the paint, is forging his own path, which is atypical for more than just his aversion to telecommunications.

    The PSAL Gets a Fresh Taste of Star Power

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