suprasternal space

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suprasternal space

[¦sü·prə′stərn·əl ′spās]
(anatomy)
The triangular space above the manubrium, enclosed by the layers of the deep cervical fascia which are attached to the front and back of this bone.
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Allan Burns, 37, and Anthony Fitzpatrick, 29, will spend a total of nearly three years behind bars for targeting Joanne Smith, 22, during the terrifying home invasion.
"Mary was absolutely the best comedic actress I have ever in my life seen or worked with," says Allan Burns, "Mary Tyler Moore" co-creator and co-showrunner, with James L.
Head of Tesco Travel Money, Allan Burns, commented We recognise that skiing and snowboarding holidays can be expensive, with the majority of UK skiers and snowboarders telling us that they spend up to GBP2,499 per person on their ski trip each year.
Read against the "folktales" collected by ethnologists Manuel Andrade (later published by Hilaria Maas Colli) and Allan Burns, the indigenista novels and short stories he has analyzed display two disconcerting trends.
Allan Burns, a custodian at the club, said the award was a long time in coming.
The new products, which will be available in a number of retailers in Scotland including Sainsbury's and Harvey Nichols, were officially unveiled by Robert Graham Snr, chairman of Bridge of Allan-based Graham's The Family Dairy, and Allan Burns, chairman of Scotland Food & Drink at this year's Royal Highland Show.
Allan Burns, head of Tesco Pet Insurance explains: "Chocolate contains obromine and caffeine which a dog's digestive system can't take.
Allan Burns, head of Tesco Home Insurance, says: "Over the Christmas period it's sensible for consumers to make their houses as secure as possible."
Allan Burns, head of car breakdown cover at Tesco, said: "Many motorists have a tendency to take an 'It'll never happen to me' attitude, but with thousands of breakdowns attended every week, they could be picking up a very large bill when a garage picks up their car."
But Tesco's Allan Burns said: "It will help millions to gain the security of comprehensive cover."