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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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The contract is to ensure the supply of hygienic disposable mouthpieces min.
With the reputation as the best "cross and close" criminal defense lawyer and a track record to match, Bobby Simone is the author of The Last Mouthpiece, (Camino Books).
The Brain-Pad differs dramatically from other mouthpieces currently in use by providing two channels molded by both the top and bottom teeth.
SUCCESS STORIES:JAPAN is completely independent of Japanese government mouthpieces and regularly offers surveys, news and information that supplement its detailed profiles of unique Japan business strategies.
Ramon Roges, the director of EmergencyTrauma and Sports Dentistry at USC, made a mold of each player's teeth, which he used to form state-of-the-art, multi-layered compressed mouthpieces.
Mouthpieces should always be worn in any contact sport.
When you talk about strange political bedfellows, nothing is odder these days than the match of Michael Reese and Dan Schnur, the mouthpieces for the 1994 campaigns of Democrat Kathleen Brown and Republican Gov.
One study even had people wear mouthpieces to mimic the conditions a football player would encounter.
Not your standard transparent mouthpieces, but the colored mouth guards that many athletes are now wearing as part of their ready-to-tear ensemble.
He helped the divers get comfortable with their mouthpieces and adjusted the air on the tanks, which lay on inflated rafts.
Contract notice: "supply of analysts mouthpieces for alcohol breath" draeger alkotest 7510 "," draeger alkotest 7410/7410 + "and" alkomer 931 ~~ in the following lots:
March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In recent days, mouthpieces for state-sponsored monopoly utilities exposed either their ignorance or willingness to mislead when it comes to solar energy.