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Peter Fribbins' approach is more subtle and ghostly, while John Hawkins in his Lost in Translation adopts a muscularly rigorous questioning of tonality.
They were not muscularly feminine a la Rosie the Riveter; instead, they appeared androgynous, almost asexual.
When you watch the better jockeys - technically better, like Tony McCoy, Timmy Murphy or Graham Lee - they are all very fit people, muscularly very fit.
However, looking at the most recent terms of the United States Supreme Court--characterized by the New York Times as a "more conservative court, sometimes muscularly so, sometimes more tentatively, its majority sometimes differing on methodology but agreeing on the outcome in cases big and small" --we can more apparently see the flaw in politicizing the judicial selection process as the United States has done.
The best thing about Pilates is it challenges you muscularly, but you can't do the exercise properly unless your mind is engaged, too.
Scholes' Pakistani pro provided a contrast, as always muscularly hitting the bad ball and never afraid to take the aerial route, but somehow never quite looking completely secure in his work.
I don't think there is another female distance runner I've seen that's as muscularly strong.
The actives dance, the abrupt rhythm of the men counterpoised by the drifting suppleness of the women; the women, indeed, almost static, pausing on one foot, and arresting the men's precipitation; one woman resisting the male impetus with all the muscularly coiled pulchritude of her small back.
Design features included jutting front fenders, hidden headlamps, muscularly flared wheel arches, and a cropped tail trailing a fastback roofline.
This is the reason that anyone not familiar or comfortable in the water flailing about for more than 10 seconds can experience a great degree of discomfort first respiratorily then muscularly.
Compared to the young, muscularly athletic figure beside him, Dunne hardly cuts the most glamorous of figures.
This was a more conservative court, sometimes muscularly so, sometimes more tentatively, its majority sometimes differing on methodology but agreeing on the outcome in cases big and small.