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concuss

(kən-kŭs′)
tr.v. con·cussed, con·cussing, con·cusses
To injure by concussion: "a middle-aged woman concussed by a blow on the head" (Manchester Guardian Weekly).
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Chronic traumatic encephalopathy: a potential late effect of sport-related concussive and subconcussive head trauma.
military personnel, (2) identify whether decreased time between events is associated with increased severity of the second event, and (3) identify predictors of postinjury utilization of mental health and neurology outpatient services following the second concussive event.
Concussive injuries aren't unusual among Soldiers, Thomas explained, and are typically the results of blows to the head, or in combat, getting knocked around by a blast or vehicle rollover.
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Vallily emerged as a powerful contender for Olympic glory at London 2012 when he swept to gold in Delhi with three concussive stoppage wins in succession, and ultimately hopes to turn professional like Haye, who hammered Audley Harrison in a one-sided WBC World title fight in Manchester to retain his belt.
The surveys distributed to the coaches were similar to prior works and intended to determine how coaches perceive concussions, their understanding of concussive signs and symptoms, as well as management practices (O'Donoghue et al., 2009).
Suddenly the mighty plane's belly springs open, and a small lake's worth of water (or foam or gel) drops out, slamming down with concussive force onto the earth below.
Actually, in the end it wasn't so much the weight of expectation which did for Murray as the sustained brilliance of the man with the fastest, most concussive serve in tennis.