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Brownish traces of a resin or wax around the artificial opening may have come from a glue for the mouthpiece.
They’re the mouthpiece of the organization, working around the clock and often find themselves on the frontlines when something goes wrong.
He often appeared on stage at the James Beard Awards and served as a mouthpiece for the foundation in interviews with the media, including in reporting about the controversies this summer.
Clean your tube regularly, and your amber mouthpiece with a feather dipped in spirits of lavender.
Of course, an artificial mouthpiece has to be provided for our organ-pipe, but this is called the boot.
The first and largest of these had a thick bamboo stem, an amber mouthpiece, and a tiny, disproportionate bowl of brass.
DOPESAX ROHMER
He caught up the receiver again and pressed it to his ear, leaning forward to the mouthpiece.
A BUTTERFLY ON THE WHEELCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
The tongue is irritated by a pipe that has a small bore in the mouthpiece: use a mouthpiece that has as large a bore as possible.
His last sensible vision was the face of the musician, the mouth absurdly hollow and pursed above the suddenly removed mouthpiece.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
The straggling curls of his black hair fell almost down to his nose; his thin lips held tight the mouthpiece of a short pipe.

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