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1(strength)músculos masculinehe's all brawn and no brains! — es puro músculo y nada de materia gris
- Their strength and brawn have always put Tipp off a bit.
- I suddenly saw these guys around me gaining this muscle, strength, and brawn.
- On exams that measure brawn and physical aptitude, your score is not fixed - it can improve over time.
- And you have the intelligence of a T-rex by the way, all brawn and no brain.
- Tired of carefully scripted shows, viewers welcome a touch of reality through localized versions of Western programs that pit ordinary people against each other in contests of brain and brawn.
- At a recent meeting, organised by its sub-zonal headquarters here, it trained 100 youths to become catalysts of change by making the best combination of brain and brawn.
- But with anything competitive, the glory comes in the effort and hard work put in by one's own brain and brawn, and not by manipulation of the other characters.
- ‘I think the balance of brain and brawn has to be correct,’ Johnson said.
- You're like the Scarecrow, Lion and Tin Man - you already have what you're looking for in spades, be it brains, brawn or heart.
- He started playing chess as a child with his mother and siblings and is today an international name in the game which needs more brain than brawn.
- Now that we're all a little older and a little wiser we're on the lookout for men with more brains than brawn - although a bit of both is the best combination.
- It's that despite all of this, she knows how to throw out a genuinely good electronic album that is more fun than fantastical, more brain than brawn.
- So all the kids should be trained from nursery level itself to become rough and tough to overpower the kidnappers through both brawn and brain.
- Put them together, though, and you've got a downhill firecracker with brawn and brains.
- An old adage says ‘brains before brawn,’ but what if the two are held in perfect equality?
- Football is an interesting battle of brain as well as brawn and in the final term significant changes evolved in each team.
- Not all types of migrants are welcome, however, since these countries need more brains than brawn.
- He is a clever and levelheaded warrior, who knows when brawn is better than brain.
- That's a healthy gathering for a sport which demands an unusual mix of brawn and brains, in roughly equal parts, and which, perhaps as a consequence, means that it is often misunderstood by the wider sporting public.
- Today, perspiration triumphed over inspiration, style over sinew, brawn over brain, athletics over aesthetics, attrition over attraction and haymakers over playmakers.
- Medieval English pork recipes included pies, brawn, and little rissoles.
- The principal part of the pig used to make Pork Brawn is the head.
- If you hanker for a taste of the past and have time on your hands, try his take on the old traditional favourite of jellied brawn
- One dish his grandfather was particularly proud of was brawn - pig's head with jelly.
- Generally, anything which is potted and made of various odds and ends of meat gets called brawn in our house, though.