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mouthpiece

1. the part of a wind instrument into which the player blows
2. Boxing another name for gumshield
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Through a process of computational and experimental analysis and design for a new inhaler, we were able to optimize a prototype mouthpiece that allowed for more medication to pass through the mouthpiece and be available to reach the lungs," said Dr.
Rashtravadi is of course a magazine which was initially supported by NCP, but is not as an official mouthpiece.
NIOX measures exhaled NO accurately and simply -- the patient exhales into a mouthpiece and the eNO level is provided instantly.
By placing the tongue on the end of the mouthpiece and giving the tongue a `sudden suck and jerk,' a variety of turkey notes can be reproduced.
The CAC is the only independent mouthpiece for college athletes across the country, and addresses issues critical to student-athletes' well-being.
In another, he acts as a business executive with a horrifically wired mouthpiece interviewing a prospective employee.
NIOX measures exhaled Nitric Oxide accurately and simply - the patient exhales into a mouthpiece and the NO level is provided instantly.
NIOX measures exhaled NO accurately and simply - the patient exhales into a mouthpiece and the NO level is provided instantly.
As a consequence, those advocating this agenda created CESTA to serve as the campaign's mouthpiece.
The saddlebag contains an oxygen bottle with mouthpiece, a birthing kit, gauze, neck braces, dressing for puncture wounds, masks, gloves and glucose base for diabetics, Stanley said.
A single fiber-optic cable in the patented mouthpiece delivers light to one of the tooth's smooth surfaces.
As the mouthpiece for City Hall's exclusive power club, she rails against secession as if it were inherently dangerous and the status quo were inherently good.