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characterized by marked muscular development; powerfully built

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sturdy and strong in form, constitution, or construction

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marked by richness and fullness of flavor

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strong enough to withstand or overcome intellectual challenges or adversity

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rough and crude

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We would warn any individuals who seek to exploit the demonstration by behaving in a criminal or anti-social manner that such behaviour will not be tolerated and will be dealt with swiftly and robustly.
The council is satisfied that it has discharged its legal obligations properly and, accordingly, any legal actions will be defended robustly.
Princess lounges listlessly at a table, slyly approaches the bike and then, in an obligatory switch of gender roles, lifts it robustly toward the awaiting bed.
Robustly constructed with compact dimensions the LH units are suitable for demanding applications and weatherproof, housed versions are also available.
In addition, both of these weighers are said to be robustly constructed to withstand the harsh mixing room environment.
This is a debate we should enter robustly, thoughtfully, vociferously, wisely.
From being the marginalized expression of a group on the edge of society, it robustly moved to stage center because it spoke the language of the time.
Guelph--"The work of the decade must go on," was the refrain robustly sung by 600 women and a smattering of men at the end of a three-day conference held at the University of Guelph during the last days of August.
Their reports, released Christmas week, conclude that these and other research institutions face "painful decisions" if they hope to enter the next century robustly
Design and validation teams require the most accurate and efficient test equipment to ensure new designs operate robustly and are available in time," said Siegfried Gross, vice president and general manager of Agilent's Digital Verification Solutions division.
I can say to this House as an absolute fact that would be robustly, vigorously resisted by this Government, and we have absolutely no intention of making such compensation payments.
The message we want to get across is that we have just had a period where people have had every opportunity to hand in their weapons but, now, if anyone is found in possession, they will be dealt with robustly.
An FAI source said: "We will robustly defend our chief executive.
The city has robustly decided to transform its industrial heart to become a complex interweave of domestic, commercial and leisure functions.
Our experience has been Disney and others have reported robustly,'' Welsh said.