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A MYSTERY strongman will attempt to recreate one of Scotland's greatest sporting achievements, matching a feat of strength which has stood unchallenged for 154 years.
I see it as a feat of strength and mastery of elegance, but I do get asked for 'sexy pics' from men.
Organisers described his role in the ceremony as "a supreme feat of strength and courage".
She blows everyone off the screen here, admittedly not a huge feat of strength considering that the cast also includes the likes of Eric McCormack, Tony Goldwyn and Chris O'Donnell.
A young man, blessed with more brawn than brains, was bragging at the construction site that he could outdo anyone in a feat of strength.
And best of all, it's light and requires no feat of strength to fasten the hood clamp to the windscreen.
And best of all it's light and ( unlike many rivals ( requires no feat of strength to fasten the hood clamp to the windscreen.
RUNNING six marathons in seven days in scorching temperatures is a feat of strength and endurance that would put even the world's top athletes to the sword.