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If drinking loosened me from the cloister of my body, then running involved inhabiting that body fully: sweat pooling in my collarbone, flattening my hair to my skull, coating my shins in layers of dust and grime.
In October, Barr tackled the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers a split-second after the QB released a pass, driving Rodgers’s right shoulder into the turf, breaking his collarbone and ending his season.
Take a deep breath, with your shoulders back, chest out and chin tucked so your ears are aligned above your collarbone.
No flag was thrown, Rodgers broke his right collarbone in the Packers' 23-10 loss and the team's Super Bowl hopes faded.
Bussard, who suffered a broken collarbone and other injuries that weren’t life-threatening, was charged with manslaughter.
Only eight surgeries – broken bones and torn ligaments from her ankle to her collarbone and just about everywhere in between.
Learn Your Erogenous Zones On that note, don't forget the grazing potential of the ear lobes, nose, collarbone, and the neck—just think of all those nerve endings.
When a teen girl was sent home because her collarbone was exposed.
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Definition of collarbone for English Language Learners
: a bone that connects the shoulder to the base of the neck
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