mouthpiece

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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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McGhee smiled: "He's not been getting stick for the gumshield.
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.
Although the boxer from India intentionally spitted out his gumshield, the Referee's view was blocked by the boxer from the USA and was not able to see the action," said the statement.
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.
At home whitening This process involves making customised trays similar to a gumshield that fit over the teeth.
He had gumshield glued to his teeth so he could only drink through a straw.
I could feel those long teeth through his gumshield.
Them gold teeth were shining through the gumshield.
Scott McDermott, 31, said: "I hope he brings his gumshield - he'll need it.
Curiously triggered when he mislaid his faithful gumshield while away on Scotland duty, it was not helped when the Scottish international midfielder pulled a stomach muscle during the prematch warm-up at Middlesbrough four weeks ago.
Meanwhile Callum, who weighed in at 11st 13lbs 8oz, has a WBC World Super-Middleweight final eliminator and European Title fight against Hadillah Mohoumadi - and says he's more than happy to bite down on his gumshield if it means he lands a world title shot.
But Commonwealth Games gold medallist Ham wouldn't have it any other way - and he revealed he's about to put the frighteners on his opponent with his new gumshield.