deltoid muscle

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Synonyms for deltoid muscle

a large triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint and serving to abduct and flex and extend and rotate the arm

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None of the other houses really left their yards, though a few times Phi Delt rushed our lawn like a WWI trench charge for some intense, close-quarters combat before falling back.
By the end, the entire Phi Delt lawn was filled with guys standing three rows deep.
That's when the Delts began to work on an aggressive retirement plan.
While most financial planners advice against using life insurance as an investment vehicle, the Delts built up a cash value of $30,000 in a variable life insurance policy with the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).
This multifaceted savings and investment plan is the foundation on which the Delts hope to build a fiscally sound retirement program.
If the Delts had lapsed into the poor judgment of courting me, who was I to argue?
The Delts were a "oneball" fraternity, meaning any brother's blackballing dissent could keep you out.
As for the Delts, it wasn't the physical rigors of pledging that took their toll as much as the emotional ones.
S-3: "Which means there's only one way to end it: The Delts and Neidermeyers get together for a luncheon at the student union but, alas, it turns into a -
To strengthen your rear delts and rhomboids, grasp two light dumbbells (at least three pounds each).
I like to kill two birds with one stone when I can (as long as the birds are lean and throwing the stone can give you a great lat and delt workout), so when in most gyms, I put on my social anthropologist jock strap and watchmy fellow enthusiasts.
A series of delt stretches, deep-knee bends, and ab extensions left little doubt about La Lanne's mighty power of persuasion.
8220;It's been a great opportunity to partner with other Phi Delt chapters across the state for a common cause, especially one as important to Phi Delta Theta at both the national and local level,” said Grant Gosden, Georgia Alpha race organizer.