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In caves and rock shelters around the Levant, archaeologists keep finding gazelle scapulae (shoulder blades) marked with a series of regular notches.
Between broken legs in 2015 and 2016 and a broken shoulder blade last year, White has played in five career games for the Bears.
Pettway, who dealt with heel, ankle and shoulder blade injuries last season after leading the SEC in rushing yards per game in 2016, was the other early draft entrant who did not get picked this weekend.
The bullet that hit the dog entered under his jaw and passed through his trachea and esophagus before lodging in his back near his shoulder blade, police said.
Peeling away thin layers of membrane and finding its tiny, jelly-like heart between the shoulder blades.
Underneath my shirt, EKG electrodes tug gently on my skin, one stuck to each shoulder blade and one on my belly.
Owens said the wreck punctured a lung, tore a rotator cuff and broke his left collar bone, shoulder blade and all but one of his ribs.
Be sure your shoulder blades are wide on your back.
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SHOULDER BLADE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shoulder blade for English Language Learners
: one of the two flat, triangular bones of the shoulder that are located in the upper back
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