shoulder separation


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shoulder separation

Colloquial term for an acromioclavicular sprain.
See: acromioclavicular sprain.
See also: separation
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However, because Cerdan had suffered a shoulder separation in the very first round - the fight wasn't stopped until the start of the 10th - he was given a re-match.
OSU injury report: OG Michael Lamb, right shoulder separation; CB Rashaad Reynolds, OT Colin Kelly and OG Josh Andrews all left the game with leg cramps.
Back in the Major Leagues, Reiser's batting and base-stealing abilities came to the fore despite ten more collisions with outfield walls, persistent headaches and dizziness, another shoulder separation, and various fractures and contusions.
Speakers during a session on materials will discuss, "The behavior of carbon black filled natural rubber under high strain rates"; "Modeling the amplitude dependence of dynamic stiffness for filled rubber with the Bergstrom-Boyce model"; "Evaluation of tire endurance with respect to shoulder separation based on the material characterizations and FEA"; and "Effects of material properties on the tire thermal-mechanical characteristics."
As can be seen, the shear capacity of the joints constructed with 2-inch tenons with a 2-inch shoulder separation was 2,280/3,657, or 62 percent as great as the joints with tenons fully seated, whereas the shear capacity of the joints with 3-inch tenons was only 3,509/7,543, or 47 percent as great as comparable seated joints.