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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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Our study suggests that wearing a motorcycle helmet is a reasonable way to limit the risk of injury to the cervical spine in a motorcycle crash,' said Nathaniel P.
10054, otherwise known the Motorcycle Helmet Act of 2009.
The two-wheelers riders, who lauded the initiative, also got surprised at first as the police were giving them free helmet instead of slapping a fine.
Our study demonstrates the negative impact of weakened motorcycle helmet laws leading to decreased helmet use," said lead author Nicholas S.
79 million are motorcycles and 10 percent motorcyclists wear helmet whereas 90 percent have not helmet.
Many motorcyclists believe riding without a helmet is an unalienable right in America.
Good helmet care means doing your Before and After helmet PMCS like it says in WP 0020 00 of TM 1-1680-377-13&P.
Even a seemingly innocuous knock can be fatal if the helmet is not good.
A cycle helmet is designed for a fall off your bike when travelling up to 12mph and hitting your head (helmet) on something solid like concrete (road, path).
The helmet models offered in Burn Out Italy's collection include the Schuberth S2 helmet, Schuberth J1 helmet, Schuberth Helmet, and the Schuberth C3 Pro helmet.
Among 151 motorcycle crash victims, those wearing full-face helmets were significantly less likely than those wearing other helmet types to have a facial fracture (7.
In an unfortunate turn of events, if you ever meet with any accident on the road, then the helmet protects you from crucial head injury.
Percentages of fatally injured motorcyclists who were not wearing a helmet were calculated as a proportion of all motorcyclist fatalities by state for 2008-2010.
While helmets can be effective in protecting riders, only about 15% of children less than 15 years old regularly use a helmet while riding a bicycle.
5-inch-high helmet replicas - with the same fancy paint job - available for a mere $149.