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helmet

1. n. the foreskin of the penis. He’s at the doctor’s, asking about getting his helmet clipped off.
2. n. the glans penis; the end of the penis. The helmet’s the sensitive part.
3. an ineffective and oafish male. You stupid helmet!
4. n. a hairdo. Her helmet looks like it’s a wig.
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He said that a campaign about helmet will be continued for two weeks and awareness can be created about the utility of helmet through electronic media, newspapers, banners, telephonic messages, pamphlets and seminars.
The logo on the back of the helmet that reads, "Meets NOCSAE Standard," means that the helmet model passed the most rigorous science-based performance standards in the world.
We tell you how to buy a helmet that is safe and comfortable to use.
Replying to a question, the official said a person who could not wear helmet on medical ground would have to appear before a medical board of the ITP and would be exempted for specified period.
Only one of these shops gave me the pros and cons of what a helmet could and could not do.
Vincenzo Calabrese, founder of Burn Out Italy, informed while announcing the availability of Schuberth helmets on his online store said, “Schuberth - A brand that has won the best motorcycle helmet brand honor not for one or two but for six consecutive years couldn't have been left out from our collection and we suggest you shouldn't keep your collection bereft of these amazing helmets either.
Many of these injuries can be prevented by wearing a helmet which when worn properly, can reduce the chance of injury by as much as 85 per cent.
4%) were wearing a helmet at the time of the injury, and 340 (91.
To be clear, these aren't the real deal, the actual gleaming helmets worn by the team during their signature Jan.
Piling extra items on top of or inside the helmet can damage the mic boom, sensors, IR harness, and cause helmet soft spots.
Lucio says the standards in the bill are consistent with recommendations from the helmet industry, which suggests purchasing new helmets at least every 16 years "because of how fast technology changes.
For more than two decades, the researchers say, activists lobbying against universal helmet laws have cited a small study suggesting that, in the event of a crash, the weight of a helmet could cause significant torque on the neck that would be devastating to the spine.
Mackenzie's mother, Dorothy Anaral, who calls herself "a paranoid parent," said she and her husband have been very strict about teaching Mackenzie to wear a helmet.
He spoke out today as Cleveland Police once again revealed it was taking part in Helmet Watch this summer - a scheme to encourage young cyclists to protect their heads.
The VISTA[R] auto-darkening helmet design includes the VISTA 3000, which is described as providing one of the industry's largest view sizes--up to 25% larger than many similarly priced helmets.