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Junior quarterback Rayshawn Nelson suffered a broken clavicle in a preseason scrimmage against Pleasure Ridge Park, meaning junior Isaiah Hester will get the majority of the snaps until Nelson’s return in mid-September.
Newgarden got his clavicle plated, and a brace for his hand.
Brown, 28, was hospitalized after two other officers opened fire on him following Allan’s shooting, leaving him with gunshot wounds to the face, left arm and right clavicle.
Brown was shot in the right cheek, the right clavicle and the left arm, court documents said.
Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera returned to the lineup after missing one game with a right clavicle contusion.
The Berlin Painter drew clavicles with distinctive arcs that curled at the pit of the neck.
Karen planted soft kisses on Laura's ears and the back of her neck while Karl kissed her shoulders, then continued toward her clavicle.
The boy was shot in the clavicle while Slaughter tried to wrestle the gun away from Townsell, according to prosecutors.
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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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