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Two bullets hit Roston in the head; a third lodged below his left clavicle.
Twitter was chock full of unconfirmed reports that the star signal-caller had broken his clavicle and would be out indefinitely.
Before the study began, Abbott agreed to pay the cost of surgically removing the device, which includes two electrodes in the brain and wires that connect them to a battery implanted below the clavicle.
Rodgers broke his right clavicle during Green Bay's loss Sunday to the Vikings.
Rodgers broke his right clavicle when Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr drove him into the turf on Green Bay’s second possession.
Allen broke his right clavicle (collarbone) in 2014.
Another person suffered a broken clavicle in the town of Xadani.
Josh got a plate and three screws added to his clavicle.
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Origin and Etymology of clavicle
First Known Use: 1615See Words from the same year
CLAVICLE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of clavicle
clavicularplay \kla-ˈvik-yə-lər, klə-\ adjective
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