face guard


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face guard

A prefabricated strip, or the like, which protects the face of a wall or column against damage by carts, wagons, etc.
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The Foley catheter was tied to the face guard of the helmet under traction (figure), with the anterior nasal pack remaining in place, as well.
The son then refuses to take them all off, and spends the rest of the evening watching the TV from behind the grille that is the face guard. But, hey, he's keen, I tell myself.
Kaitlyn Delaney reached on an infield single, and Burkett first baseman Megan Smith tried to throw Lundin out at home, but the ball smashed off her face guard and to the backstop, allowing Delaney to take second.
Then we happened upon an abandoned face guard one might use while trying to clear a trail with a chain saw.
Or what about a headlight protector that puts you in mind of an American footballer's face guard?
"One thing that really helped is that (freshman guard) Mackenzie (Hare) is such a lethal shooter that they face guard her so she can't find shots so that opens up lanes for everyone else," Sinclair said.
Schutt acquired Adams USA football helmet and face guard assets, in 2011.
In fact it is just as well, 11-year-old Terri says glowering at me through her face guard, that she has learned how to control her temper.
"So our emphasis was do what we can to face guard Rogers because we are not going to shut her out, but we also put a lot of emphasis in our game plan to make sure we knew where 23 was the whole time because she is a heck of a shooter.
You can in a face guard and 16oz gloves, but not with competition gloves in the heat of battle.
This is the first year where the wearing of helmets is compulsory and it has led to a growing trend where hurlers pull their opponents around by the face guard.