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Synonyms for brawny

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characterized by marked muscular development; powerfully built

Synonyms for brawny

(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight

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With 100% of its ingredients imported from Germany and 49 days in the fermentation tank, this is a tasty Octoberfest that hits all the right buttons, though brawnier than most.
But the urge of the electric motor assisting the fourcylinder petrol engine makes it feel a good deal brawnier than the numbers suggest.
In the original version of this MK1 model, the CRDi diesel was much the better choice, but the gap to the green pump was narrowed with this improved model thanks to the introduction of a freshly developed 138bhp GDI petrol engine 14bhp brawnier than its predecessor.
Though ultimately a three-person tragedy, "Foxcatcher'' begins as the story of one: Mark Schultz, the younger, brawnier brother, thoroughly embodied by Channing Tatum in a thrillingly physical performance.
Two versions will be offered, one a standard 500X and the other with a brawnier look that is aimed at the more adventurous punter and is 20mm longer - presumably due to bigger bumpers.
Recognizing that post-World War I neglect had left the US Navy ill-equipped for what might lie ahead, President Franklin Roosevelt set out to supply it with the brawnier battleships and state-of-the-art aircraft carriers required by modern sea powers.
That obviously works in favor of bigger and brawnier Beijing.
The noise at lower rpm is now brawnier and more delightful too.
So, compared to its only other scooter on offer -- the Pleasure -- the Maestro is bigger, brawnier and surprisingly more stylised.
Marquez, who is a ripe 39, looked stronger than any other time in recent memory, and that caused (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/more-sports/marquez-fight-swirling-doping-rumors-article-1.1217365#ixzz2EmLtFtHs) the New York Daily News to ask how such an aging giant could show "up for this fight bigger and brawnier than ever a even though he is at an age when athletes find it hard to build muscle."And the Daily News didn't stop there.
Romney has renewed his sharp line of attack on President Barack Obama's China policy, arguing in a new ad that he would take a much brawnier approach to the abusive Chinese trade practices.
It's still not a quick car by conventional measures, reaching 62mph from standstill in 11.3 seconds and running onto 103mph, but the urge of the electric motor assisting the four-cylinder petrol engine makes it feel a good deal brawnier than the numbers suggest.
The 202bhp version will be offered with Audi's optional Multitronic continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive while the brawnier 243bhp V6 diesel will get quattro four-wheel drive and Audi's seven-speed S-Tronic twin-clutch gearbox.
Canada now talks openly of pursuing a brawnier, more hard-nosed foreign policy?