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The boy said his sister was held down twice as the women blew fire over her face, cut her arm and collarbone area and poured something in her eyes that stung, according to the report.
The offense struggled after two-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers missed nine games because of a collarbone injury.
Rather than stick to tees, the designer sent out models with phrases inked along their collarbones like trompe l’oeil necklaces.
An African-American friend of mine got his collarbone broken.
After breaking her collarbone on a family vacation to Lake Tahoe last month, Shiloh wore a black sling on the carpet.
Rodgers is out after breaking his collarbone and Adams isn't playing in their last game after suffering a concussion.
Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone in Week 6 when he was slammed to the ground by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr.
Her 16-year-old son had broken his collarbone during practice and would need surgery.
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