Definition of Discuses. Meaning of Discuses. Synonyms of Discuses

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Definition of Discuses

Discuses
Discus Dis"cus, n.; pl. E. Discuses, L. Disci. [L. See Disk.] 1. (a) A quoit; a circular plate of some heavy material intended to be pitched or hurled as a trial of strength and skill. (b) The exercise with the discus. Note: This among the Greeks was one of the chief gymnastic exercises and was included in the Pentathlon (the contest of the five exercises). The chief contest was that of throwing the discus to the greatest possible distance. 2. A disk. See Disk.

Meaning of Discuses from wikipedia

- heavy rim weight of the metal rim/core discus), but less durable. However, there are a vast variety of metal discuses to choose from. The weight is not always...
- (Blue discus or brown discus) Symphysodon discus Heckel, 1840 (Red discus or Heckel discus) Symphysodon tarzoo E. Lyons, 1959 (Green discus) Discus are...
- The discus throw is an athletic discipline. Discus may also refer to: Aeros Discus, a Ukrainian hang glider design Pegas Discus, a Czech two-place paraglider...
- The Discobolus of Myron ("discus thrower", Gr****: Δισκοβόλος, Diskobólos) is a Gr**** sculpture completed at the start of the Cl****ical period, figuring...
- Over 500 Duo Discuses had been built by August 2007. In U.S. Air Force service it is known as the TG-15A. The chief rival of the Duo Discus is now the DG...
- manners, powerful airbrakes and a low landing speed, the Discus is po****r with clubs. Discuses are easy gliders to ****emble, having light wings, automatic...
- Haliotis discus, commonly called "disk abalone," or "Edo abalone," is a species of abalone sea snail. Subspecies Haliotis discus discus Reeve, 1846 Haliotis...
- Symphysodon discus, the red discus or Heckel discus, is a species of cichlid native to the Amazon Basin, where found in the lower Rio Negro, upper Uatumã...
- Germany. This discus follows the trend of most discuses found from this era. It weighs about 9 lbs (4.08 kg), and this specific discus and is about 6...
- triangular fibrocartilage discus (TFC), the radioulnar ligaments (RULs) and the ulnocarpal ligaments (UCLs). The TFC is an articular discus that lies on the pole...
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