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  • verb To aggravate again.


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  • "He's making a little progress, but he feels it in there enough that we all kind of know if he bursts out there enough, he's got a chance to reaggravate it," Manager Jim Riggleman said before his club faced the Chicago Cubs.

    With cold weather, Ryan Zimmerman out again

  • However, he said the goal is not to reaggravate the injury so he will be watched closely early in the spring to assess where he is and then go from there.

    The Seattle Times

  • Let's see: Get injured in April, take the rest cure, rush back, reaggravate it in May at The Players Championship, where you

    The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post

  • "He said, 'We would rather have you out one week than reaggravate it and go through this process again and be out for a month.'"

    NY Daily News

  • He appeared to reaggravate the injury in Sunday's loss in Pittsburgh.

    Kuklas Korner

  • He appeared to reaggravate the injury in Sunday's loss in Pittsburgh.

    Kuklas Korner

  • Jackson's sore back "just hasn't calmed down to where we want it, and we certainly don't want to reaggravate it," coach Steve Spagnuolo explained after Jackson completed a second full week in succession without practicing.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • "It's a possibility if he continues to reaggravate this thing," Zorn said.

    The Vail Trail - All Sections

  • A doctor buddy of mine told me that if Marion didn't take a couple of weeks to heal that injury it was going to linger all year because when you play on it, you reaggravate it and set the healing curve back to step one.

    Blogging The Boys

  • Even if Boldin gets himself up to speed and attempts to play, the chances are quite high that he'll reaggravate the injury during the game and have to depart.



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