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mouthpiece

n. old-fashioned slang for one's lawyer.

See: medium, protagonist, spokesman
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Mayweather boasts an PS11,000 gumshield made of gold, diamonds and $100 dollar notes ?
But I lost the first round, came back in the second and then the gumshield kept coming out.
I've been lucky enough not to get too much damage while I've been wearing a gumshield.
But for Wolves midfielder Colin Cameron, the loss of the gumshield is no laughing matter as it has seriously jeopardised his chances of featuring in Scotland's Euro 2004 showdown against Holland.
DIVORCED: Frank and Laura Bruno; BATTERED: Frank soaks up punishment from Tyson as he loses his title; BROODING: Frank munches on a cake in the middle of his cycle session; STRANGE: Frank puts gumshield in his mouth as he cycles barefoot Picture: BRIDGER/BAKER
Then, before the bell for the third, Certo tried to insert Golota's gumshield, the fighter refused to open his mouth and the fight was over.
Buckland began to come into the fight in the third despite the loss of his gumshield midway through the round.
Not quite the final product but a firm foundation for rugby fans to sink their gumshield into.
The centre was fined on two occasions in New Zealand - firstly for wearing a sponsored gumshield and then for jumping off a ferry in Auckland.
Well, I washed my gumshield thoroughly before putting it in my mouth, I put some gel in my hair, I dominated the first 30 seconds and the other fella looked so scared of me.
Within a year, Thompson was beginning to get itchy feet and after consulting further medical opinion both in France and the United States he was cleared to dig out the gumshield and pull on his boots again.
Former US amateur champion Molinari, older brother of 2006 Italian Open champion Francesco, revealed he has been using a gumshield to ease a tendon problem in his left wrist.