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  • And I had 3 older brothers that loved to delight in charley horses … …

    Think Progress » ThinkFast PM: July 6, 2006

  • Notes: Bruins LW Milan Lucic missed his sixth straight game with an undisclosed injury and D Aaron Ward was out for his third consecutive with what the team called a charley horse sustained Jan. 13 against Montreal.

    USATODAY.com

  • Franzen's injury is being described as a charley horse and he is expected to be back at full strength after a week of rest.

    Toronto Sun

  • It felt like my calf, a kind of charley horse like deal.

    NFL - National Football League - Atlanta vs. Cleveland

  • Watch our exclusive video of 21-month old Charley Grimet as she shows off her reading skills to mum Sharon … baby books charley grimet literacy reading sharon

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  • Yes | No | Report from Jim in Mo wrote 48 weeks 3 days ago rabbitpolice, charley and others are right, I use the same but Huntandtrap09 really hit on something.

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  • Running as fast as I could, plagued by a stitch in my side and the beginning twinges of a charley horse, boots and jeans where had those come from? covered in a patina of red dirt, I came to the top of a rise and looked down upon what I can only describe as Hell.

    Crossed

  • Before they moved out, his older brothers had teased him relentlessly, calling him a nerd and a geek, landing charley horses on his skinny biceps or sticking out a foot to trip him as Michael walked by, engrossed in a book.

    Skipping a Beat

  • I thought it was some kind of thing that he knew how to uh—make you hurt, like, your brother giving you a charley horse or giving you a brownie or a wedgie, what they call it, or flicking you on the head.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Maks appeared on Good Morning America Tuesday, as a loop of the stumble played on screen, to explain himself it boiled down to a charley horse and, "Oops!"

    Kirstie Alley’s Dancing Fall Was No Big Deal

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