Example sentences for: dislocations

How can you use “dislocations” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • A new school of Jewish historians is more critical of the dislocations caused by Jewish land acquisition, and concludes that it was not always fair.

  • As an adult, Patient 1 had a height of 186 cm with long arms and legs, a narrow highly arched palate and dental crowding, chest asymmetry and pectus deformity (upper sternum protrudes), hyperextensible large and small joints, arthritis, arachnodactyly, frequent thumb dislocations, pes planus, and thin, fragile skin.

  • The political answer to this, which many progressive supporters of free trade have endorsed, is a combination of aggressive free trade coupled with programs aimed to cushion and compensate for the social dislocations which free trade causes.

  • Although the term value-subtracted has been used in specialized contexts for some years, it is acquiring traction in public parlance largely because of dislocations in the former Communist bloc.

  • Thus, claims were excluded only when the nature of injury was clearly not related to NRL glove reaction, such as infections, parasitic diseases, sprains, dislocations, or carpal tunnel syndrome.


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