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mouthpiece

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

See: medium, protagonist, spokesman
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5] The visual and auditory reaction time (Fig A & B) was measured by asking the subject to open a key kept in series with an electromagnetic time marker as quickly as he/she could do with the dominant hand after noticing a light or sound stimulus initially without mouthpiece and subsequently using mouthpiece.
If the mouthpieces are on hand before classes begin, teachers could put these patches on in advance, which stops this issue before it starts.
The report said that the extra mouthpieces and replacement power cords are available for 7.
The latex-free mouthpieces are designed to fit patients from small child to large adult and are available in five sizes: Pedo, Small, Medium, Medium Deep Vestibule, and Large.
Before launching Theo Wanne Classic Mouthpieces, Theo owned a company called Saxophone Mouthpiece Heaven in Philadelphia where he refurbished vintage mouthpieces and made custom alterations for clients.
I had the opportunity to work with famous trombone player Christian Lindberg, and I made both flutes and flute mouthpieces for Ian Anderson, the founder of Jethro Tull rock music band," he said.
A pilot study was performed to see if the bacterial count in the afternoon reflected both the accumulation across the day and also residual counts that remained after swabbing technique used in this study reduced bacterial courts to zero, the effect of swabbing surfaces was measured by sampling computer keyboards and telephone mouthpieces midafternoon on a workday.
At one point the reed was placed on the top of the mouthpiece and the embouchure employed was similar to that of a bassoonist or oboist.
The Fortissimo Padded Tensing Ring Ligature secures a reed to a mouthpiece with minimal contact.
A handful of dentists - including former entertainer Alasdair Gillies, who works at the HCI hospital in Clydebank - are fitting the mouthpieces to patients.
That's exactly what's wrong with this play: It's inhabited not by people but by thinly drawn, politically correct mouthpieces.
This includes the company's award-winning Isolite and Isodry dental isolation systems, and its patented single-use Isolite Mouthpieces that are used with the systems.