Recent Examples of rib cage from the Web
Shut down Tuesday, Walker Buehler will likely miss a couple weeks because of a microfractured rib cage.
Hayes died at the scene from one gunshot above his forehead on the right side of his head, one near the bottom of his left rib cage and one to his torso, according to an autopsy.
This black suit offers sophisticated cut-outs at the rib cage.
Yet while sounds don’t fossilize, the shapes and sizes of bits of rib cages and nasal cavities have hinted that dinosaur noises were actually more ostrich- or crocodile-like in nature.
Nottingham hasn't played since May 11 after suffering a muscle strain in his rib cage.
My first pregnancy, 25 years ago, widened my rib cage.
Walker Buehler sported a baseball-sized bruise on his right rib cage, courtesy of the 108-mph line drive off the bat of Colorado's Trevor Story that struck him in the fifth inning Monday night.
Antony argued that Goodwin’s kicks to Harris’s backside, rib cage and stomach could have killed, maimed or disabled Harris, elements necessary for the malicious-wounding charge.
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RIB CAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rib cage for English Language Learners
medical : the curved wall of ribs that surrounds and protects the chest
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