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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 gumshield fell out thrice but despite the warnings, Mercante never deducted a point.
Referee Mark Lycen was left with no choice but to sling out the man mountain when Ali's gumshield sunk into Price's upper torso after the pair fell to the canvas.
"I had my gumshield specially made and I've worn in at every tournament I've been in in the last four years and it's never come out.
In the second round, at the time 02:38, the boxer from India spitted out his gumshield intentionally.
You might think grazes would be the least of a rugby player's problems, what with them spending 80 minutes charging into opponents at full pelt without any more protection than a gumshield.
Tuilagi insisted they were not part of any ambush marketing campaign, claiming: "I didn't know I had worn the wrong gumshield and I got fined for it.
"Them gold teeth were shining through the gumshield."He knows he bit me but it's okay, it's cool."Cubans are just mad," shrugged DeGale.
Ameobi is booked in for a hip operation at the end of May and the bone he fractured in his mouth ( forcing him to wear a gumshield in the last few games of the campaign ( should be healed in time for Newcastle's first game in the Intertoto Cup in mid-July.
"He will just have to wear a gumshield during action scenes for the film so his teeth look perfect."
Cameron suffered from a similar complaint but a French specialist solved it when he realised his jaw was out of line and prescribed a gumshield.
Scott McDermott, 31, said: "I hope he brings his gumshield - he'll need it."