Definition of Clavicles

1. Noun. (plural of clavicle) ¹



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Definition of Clavicles

1. clavicle [n] - See also: clavicle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clavicles

clavelin
clavelins
claver
clavered
clavering
clavers
claves
clavi
claviceps
clavichord
clavichordist
clavichordists
clavichords
clavicle
clavicle strap
clavicles (current term)
clavicorn
clavicula
clavicular
clavicular branch of thoracoacromial artery
clavicular facet
clavicular notch of sternum
clavicular part of pectoralis major muscle
clavicular percussion
claviculus
clavie
clavier
clavierist
clavieristic
clavierists

Literary usage of Clavicles

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1. Heredity in Relation to Eugenics by Charles Benedict Davenport (1911)
"Absence of clavicles.—The collar bones, or clavicles, are occasionally imperfectly developed and the tendency to this result shows itself in several members ..."

2. Bodily Deformities and Their Treatment: A Handbook of Practical Orthopaedics by Henry Albert Reeves (1885)
"The clavicles may be partially or wholly absent I have seen three instances of this deformity, and two were in males. In one case, seen also by Mr. Eve, ..."

3. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1899)
"RUDIMENTARY clavicles AND OTHER ABNORMALITIES OF THE SKELETON OF A WHITE WOMAN. ... condition of the clavicles, in the St Louis Courier of Medicine, ..."

4. A Practical treatise on fractures and dislocations by Lewis Atterbury Stimson (1899)
"Simultaneous fracture of both clavicles is a relatively rare accident. ... The clavicles were broken at the centre, and the outer fragments were below and ..."

5. A Practical treatise on fractures and dislocations by Lewis Atterbury Stimson (1907)
"Simultaneous fracture of both clavicles is a relatively rare accident. ... The clavicles were broken at the «•.•iitr<-, and the outer fragments were below ..."

6. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1896)
"There were no changes in the facial bones, ribs, sternum, clavicles, and in the vertebra, except in carious regions. The joint changes were equally ..."

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