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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In our case, a cricket helmet's face guard served as a traction point that would move with the patient's head, ensuring that excessive traction would not occur.
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.
DELIBERATELY pulling at the face guard in hurling will result in a straight red card.
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.
Schutt acquired Adams USA football helmet and face guard assets, in 2011.
I've seen the triangle-and-two, box-and-one, face guard, beat the crap out of me,'' he said.
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.
You can in a face guard and 16oz gloves, but not with competition gloves in the heat of battle.
Several of Norstrom's lower teeth were pushed back because of the impact, and he will play with a face guard attached to his helmet.