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  • noun Plural form of clavicle.

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Examples

  • Rose, violet and pink are less subtle – gorgeous on cheekbones and clavicles, but a bit Barbarella elsewhere.

    Beauty: Illuminators | Sali Hughes

  • But my experiences over the years showed me that even the most perfect PLF†™ s can result in sprained ankles, broken legs, shattered clavicles (collar bones), fractured hips, dislocated shoulders, etc.

    Gon Wars | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • He notices how sharply her clavicles stick out, and the tendons of her long skinny neck and then that her eyes are about to flood.

    Polly Samson | The Man Who Fell

  • 'Rose and pink are gorgeous on cheekbones and clavicles, a bit Barbarella elsewhere.'

    Beauty: Illuminators | Sali Hughes

  • So hurrah for those commissioners who refuse to flinch from female leads who don't have skin like steamrollered silk or clavicles like semi-toppled Jenga towers.

    With The Big C, Nurse Jackie and Weeds, US TV has given us women who are more than just Mistresses

  • I do not hear anything but the smooth rush of air as I listen beneath his shoulder blades and clavicles and along the lower part of his back.

    Between Expectations

  • I do not hear anything but the smooth rush of air as I listen beneath his shoulder blades and clavicles and along the lower part of his back.

    Between Expectations

  • What she learned was that even long after the boys grew into men they still wanted her —with their fingers digging deep into the wells of her clavicles.

    Still Life, With Girl

  • What she learned was that even long after the boys grew into men they still wanted her —with their fingers digging deep into the wells of her clavicles.

    Still Life, With Girl

  • Her clavicles boasted from her shoulder shrugs as I watched her grin.

    Pectoralis Minor

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