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sinewy

consisting of or resembling a tendon or tendons
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"The Yellowhammer report really brought out some of the potential dangers of no-deal and we would urge Boris Johnson to use his meetings with EU leaders to strain every sinew in trying to get a negotiated deal."
If using artificial sinew, cut the ends about 1/4-inch from the knot, and singe each strand to the knot.
And she has this week bemoaned the fact Luciana Tory government for many decades, he would look at Luciana Berger declaring that, as a Jewish woman, she cannot stay in an institutionally racist party and move every sinew in his body to change it."
Sinew acupuncture for knee osteoarthritis: study protocol for a randomized sham-controlled trial.
Varadarajan lived the part of Thyagaraja in every syllable, every move, every muscle and sinew. His portrayal of Tyagaraja's anguish when he finds his beloved Rama taken away from him had many in the audience wiping away tears.
It's a muscular and harrowing portrayal that powerfully captures every strained sinew and aching muscle of Jeff's nervous return to the land of the bruised but living.
I thought they left every sinew of energy out on that pitch."
It is going to take every sinew to protect Britain and workers' rights from globalisation when Britain is alone on a sea of troubles.
Materials include: wood, sinew, feathers, cotton, shell, glass, hazel, spruce, ferns, and grass.
Here's the thing: Cooked slow and low with some broth, the meat is incredibly flavorful and all that nasty sinew literally melts away, enriching and thickening the broth and making the meat almost silky.
tight, fingering the wound, the open sinew, sticky gem pot in the lap of