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knee pad

[′nē ‚pad]
(engineering)
A protective cushion, usually made of sponge rubber, that can be strapped to a worker's knee.
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These leather knee pads are more hard-wearing than the foam alternatives and could prove to be a treasured essential.
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It would be for helmets, knee pads and elbow pads for scooter riders and cyclists.
Stunt scooters proved to be the surprise hit, although we urge parents to think safety first and not forget helmets and knee pads.
Prescribe ice packs and NSAIDs, and recommend a knee pad for protection in nonacute cases.
Some save a few bucks because thigh and knee pads aren't required.
I still have cuts on my hands from her knee pads," he marvels, showing off the faint scrapes.
The items issued vary by the type of unit a soldier is in, but most get improved T-shirts, belts and socks, along with silk-weight long underwear, goggles, hydration systems, improved knee pads, fleece jackets, and bib overalls.
The items issued vary by the type of unit, but most soldiers get improved T-shirts, belts, socks, silk-weight long underwear, goggles, hydration systems, improved knee pads, fleece jackets, and overalls.
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For SWAT training, it's more convenient to have internal knee pads than Velcro strap-on pads.
Knee pads and the powdered palms of the gymnast complete the ensemble.