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The team opened last season with Troy Apke as its starting free safety but later turned to Deshazor Everett, who suffered a pectoral injury late in the year.Washington bolsters secondary by signing cornerback Darryl Roberts|Nicki Jhabvala|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
Washington Football Team free safety Deshazor Everett underwent pectoral surgery Wednesday, probably ending his season.Washington free safety Deshazor Everett out for the regular season|Sam Fortier|December 17, 2020|Washington Post
Even Ryan Reynolds got into the game, undergoing a radical pectoral transformation for The Green Lantern.
Emperor Ferdinand also visited it and left, as a votive offering, his gold pectoral chain on the altar.Mary, Help of Christians|Various
Both are pectoral and expectorant; and in large doses nauseant and emetic.
Phrynomerids and rhacophorine ranids lack epicoracoidal horns and have firmisternal pectoral girdles.
But, the dendrobatids possess firmisternal pectoral girdles and lack epicoracoidal horns.
Pendant ornament, in lotus-form, of a pectoral, inlaid with coloured pastes.