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mouthpiece

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

See: medium, protagonist, spokesman
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the subject of the order is the supply of medical gases along with the delivery, receipt and lease of the cylinder and delivery of valves and mouthpieces for the uck in the assortment, estimated quantity and requirements specified in annex no.
After 33 years in business, Stork Custom Mouthpieces feels like an institution in the brass world.
De la Vega, who is based in the Los Angeles suburb of San Fernando Valley, said he has produced nearly 10 mouthpieces for Pacquiao since the Marco Antonio Barrera rematch in 2007.
Congressman Ted Yoho, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific of the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs, urged the American companies not to become Chinese Communist Party mouthpieces and not to help advance the communist country's political agenda.
Simply put, the move of the Ombudsman fits into the orchestrated effort of Mar Roxas, the LP and its allies including Roxas' mouthpieces masquerading as Palace spokesmen, to attack the Vice President, Salgado said.
I know that music teachers are often constrained by very limited budgets, but I always give the same piece of advice when it comes to improving a saxophone section: your students need professional model mouthpieces. If you have the funds to buy one new saxophone or ten new mouthpieces, buy ten new mouthpieces.
The Alcohoot smartplug plugs into the audio ports of the smartphones and tablets and additional mouthpieces and power cords are also sold separately.
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.
* A punch (for rounding those brass mouthpieces that have been dropped on the floor too often.)
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.
Akineri said that he was manufacturing flute mouthpieces, flutes, clarions, and drums for Turkish and world-famous musicians.
Ten each were sampled of the following: Student desktops, computer keyboards, telephone mouthpieces, water fountain drains, and buttons on photocopiers, vending machines, and elevators.