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Noun1.armguard - a protective covering for the wrist or arm that is used in archery and fencing and other sportsarmguard - a protective covering for the wrist or arm that is used in archery and fencing and other sports
protective cover, protective covering, protection - a covering that is intend to protect from damage or injury; "they had no protection from the fallout"; "wax provided protection for the floors"
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I was just finishing adjusting my armguard when I looked up and here he came.
Some archers in the early '80s still shot without sights, releases, stabilizers or slings, and most knew from experience what an armguard was for.
Designed for natural gas processes found in natural gas plants, Honeywell UOP has launched its new Connected Plant ARMGuard system, a remote monitoring service that helps plant managers to better manage energy consumption and improve water removal.
Calhoun smoked a single up the middle, Martin Maldonado took a pitch off his armguard, and Ben Revere doubled down the right-field line.
ArmGuard provides the easiest and most practical solution for safely restraining arms at the patient's side, which is in accordance with 2010 AORN Guidelines for Patient Positioning.
Hashim Amla's armguard from his record 311 not out at the Oval earlier this year would be displayed, as well as other equipment from the tour which successfully catapulted South Africa into the top spot in the world Test rankings.
Starring: Carey Mulligan, Peter Armguard, and Alfred Molina
Pose for a photo next to the armguard that All Blacks great Colin Meads wore while playing with a broken arm, or simply admire the feats of Kiwi heroes like Sir Edmund Hillary and Sir Peter Snell - all inside Dunedin railway rtation, named one of DK Eyewitness Travel "World's 200 Must-See Places" in 2006.
The Brave 2 set also includes two fiberglass arrows, armguard, two-piece quiver, finger tab, arrow rest and single-pin sight.
The youngster had never batted with an armguard but might start after encountering Harmison in top gear.
Why paceman Woakes was not wearing an armguard is something of a mystery, but after the inevitable delay Harmison dispatched him the very next ball.