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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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clavicleclav‧i‧cle /ˈklævɪkəl/ noun [countable]  HBH medical a collarbone
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clavicleWhite says that to be a clavicle, the specimen should have an S- or sigmoid curie, but it does not.Broken humerus and clavicle, again on the right.In a medical textbook, the choice between clavicle and collar-bone can justly be called a matter of stylistic variation.The ankles, the join of the hips, the inlet of the clavicle, the hair.
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