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 n.pl.— «I like to think of hardcore stuff when I’m training biceps, powerful words like “steel” and “iron”! I also like to envision powerful characters when I look at my pipes, like the Hulk and Wolverine. It fires me up!» —“Best bi’s” by Lara McGlashan Muscle & Fitness Nov. 1, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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