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  • noun Plural form of ACL.

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Examples

  • Drupal, by contrast, has core-level support for ACLs which is very elegant.

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  • Ironically, both suffered torn ACLs in their left knees.

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  • It's been five ACLs [anterior cruciate ligaments] now.

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  • Plus, another study found WBV training improved balance and proprioception the body's internal awareness of movement and special orientation in athletes with reconstructed ACLs.

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  • All three suffered torn ACLs the second half of last season.

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  • According to Stats LLC, 10 players, not including Shipley or Hixon, have thus far been put on Injured Reserve with torn ACLs.

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  • Recently, the contagion has been ACLs: this weekend, three players besides Hixon tore ACLs, Carolina's Thomas Davis, Cincinnati's Jordan Shipley and Jamaal Charles, who became the third Kansas City starter—in the last three weeks—to be sidelined by the same injury.

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  • The Giants lost two cornerbacks to torn ACLs last week, they had another tear an Achilles tendon earlier and first-round pick Prince Amukamara has a broken foot.

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  • There were 29 torn ACLs last season of the 35 knee injuries in total, 18 in 2009 and no more than seven in any of the five seasons from 2004-2008.

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  • Tight end Brandon Pettigrew, running back Kevin Smith and cornerback Jack Williams are going through individual drills after suffering torn ACLs the second half of last season.

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