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Using a brawny seven-foot robotic arm, Perseverance can extend and swivel the nearly 100-pound instrumentation hub to park its discerning eyes just inches away from rocks of interest.
Richness is the key here, as these are particularly brawny wines.
YOU SHOULD BE DRINKING GROWER CHAMPAGNEJORDAN MICHELMANFEBRUARY 11, 2021EATER
One case involved Jaden Ruiz, a brawny, brown-haired boy who lives with his parents, Ivan and Maria, in Avondale.
PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WERE PROMISED HELP. INSTEAD, THEY FACE DELAYS AND DENIALS.BY AMY SILVERMAN FOR ARIZONA DAILY STAR, WITH DATA ANALYSIS BY ALEX DEVOID, ARIZONA DAILY STARNOVEMBER 5, 2020PROPUBLICA
Week in, week out, Jim Billings led that hard life, and he grew up brawny and sound in spite of all his troubles.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
He saw the bulky body of a man approaching middle age, yet full of rough, brawny substance and weather-tried endurance.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
A hundred brawny arms, accustomed to wield the broad axe, had lent their aid to rear the mighty pile and feed the ravening flame.
Moose-skin moccasins cased their feet, and their brawny, sunburned necks were bare.
HUDSON BAYR.M. BALLANTYNE
The seaman gently took it and gave it a timid pressure, as if he feared to crush it in his brawny hand.
At once he was caught in the brawny arms of his admirers, and handed upward from step to step, from landing to landing.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
Four brawny labourers were also there; and, near by, each in leash, the three little terriers lay among the bilberries.

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