dislocation

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a change in normal place or position

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an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity

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the act of disrupting an established order so it fails to continue

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a displacement of a part (especially a bone) from its normal position (as in the shoulder or the vertebral column)

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Jonty Clarke and Barry Middleton both scored twice as England went top of Pool B, although victory was overshadowed after Richard Mantell was taken to hospital with a suspected ankle dislocation.
On the debit side Brighton back-row man Josh Bates suffered a serious ankle dislocation in the first period and faces an operating theatre date today.
Sowden-Taylor has been out for the last six months after sustaining a severe ankle dislocation and break in the away match against the Ospreys last September.
Flying winger David Coleman has a severe ankle dislocation and will be out for between a month and six weeks and his Terenure club mate, outhalf Paul Hennebry damaged a hamstring against St.
Out since March because of a broken left leg and ankle dislocation, the 23-year-old wing star will report back with the rest of his Town teammates tomorrow.
Bouma has been sidelined for 19 months after his return from a sickening ankle dislocation, sustained during an InterToto Cup tie in July 2008, was delayed by a toe injury in October.
Town's wing star has been working out daily as he recovers from the broken left leg and ankle dislocation which cruelly cut short his season in March.
Since the sickening incident in February 2008, when Eduardo suffered a leg break and ankle dislocation after a challenge by Taylor, Blues fans have rallied behind the defender, primarily because of the way he was vilified by all and sundry, not least by Wenger.