face guard

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Noun1.Face guard - face mask consisting of a strong wire mesh on the front of football helmetsface guard - face mask consisting of a strong wire mesh on the front of football helmets
face mask - mask that provides a protective covering for the face in such sports as baseball or football or hockey
football helmet - a padded helmet with a face mask to protect the head of football players
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"One of the males was wearing a black Nike tracksuit top and bottoms and possibly had a mask or a rigid face guard on.
a face guard like that employed to restrain Hannibal Lecter in the movie 'The Silence of the Lambs.'
Oregon will not have to face guard Buddy Hield, who scored 37 points against the Ducks in the Elite Eight and was the No.
The robustness of helmet design began to be questioned when the England and Wales Cricket Board's (ECB) 2008 County Cricket Injury Surveillance Report tabled six serious facial and eye injuries, where the ball appeared to penetrate the gap between the face guard and the helmet peak, even if the gap was considerably narrower than ball width.
Four scores in a row followed from Clonkill but Oulart rallied again in the final quarter, easing home against their Westmeath hosts who saw Shane Power dismissed for a face guard infringement in the closing stages of the tie.
Refined over 30 years of sailing, the Marinepool 'Hobart' offshore sailing jacket is breathable and waterproof and features abrasion resistant and pre-shaped sleeves, protective face guard, chest pocket with welded, waterproof zipper, 3M reflective patches and printing, neon hood, double cuff system with laminated inner PU cuffs and a fleece-lined collar.
Henifin wore a face guard and protective clothing to move more than 300 bottles to a steel trash bin and most had exploded by Tuesday.
If it had been possible to donate during this challenge to send Davina a neoprene face guard to keep the biting winds off her face as she cycled in driving rain and 70 mile per hour winds then that's where the money would have gone: that, and tissues as she is reduced to helpless tears several times a day before soldiering on.
Holmes - who has already been made to wear a face guard in custody because he keeps spitting at staff - will be issued with several green prison shirts and matching trousers.
Clare shows up at jobs with cages, rubber and leather gloves, a face guard to protect against angry animals and skunk spray, hay hooks to grab cages, a web cam attached to a pvc pipe to peek into dark nests or dens and a .22 caliber pistol.
Another recommendation for the governing body says junior wicketkeepers are now allowed to wear either a face guard or a helmet, or both.