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Martin is 5 feet 3 inches, 150-160 lbs. with blue eyes, medium-length dark brown hair and has a tattoo of a sun on her left clavicle.
Expect absolutely no issues for Rodgers related to the clavicle fracture.
Her injuries included a few broken ribs, a fractured clavicle and a concussion.
There was talk of crudely gnawed-upon limbs and faces missing eyes, noses, livers, shreds of skin barely hanging on to some clavicle kicked away by anxious scavengers.
The baby was brought into Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Thursday afternoon, and the hospital alerted police that an infant had come in with cranial bleeding, severe bruising, rib fractures and a clavicle fracture.
He had been hit in the thigh, finger, wrist, shoulder, clavicle and twice in the chest and twice in the abdomen.
Until this spring, when spots of cancer showed up along his spine, ribs and clavicle.
Her jockey, Daniel Centeno, was thrown to the turf and suffered a broken clavicle.
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clavicularplay \kla-ˈvik-yə-lər, klə-\ adjective
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