Shoulder slip

dislocation of the shoulder, or of the humerous.

See also: Shoulder

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Shoulder slip or sweeny arises due to suprascapular nerve paralysis (Venugopalan, 2006) frequently observed in young horses and cattle.
HOME FUN From left, GaGa with a beer, a shoulder slip, adoring fans, cheering her team
Bill Alexander, principal in Grendel engineering and manufacture, took that and decided to let the shoulder slip to 23 degrees to match other proven semi-auto blueprints like .223 Remington, and that, more or less, is the Grendel.
'I felt the shoulder slip out but, fortunately for me, it was not totally dislocated like Jordo's so I should be out for only two-three weeks.
The stand-out accessories were mini-capes -- Fendi also called them shoulder slips -- that topped off looks, a hedge against cold or rain.
The most common shoulder dislocation happens when the shoulder slips forward (anterior instability).