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- n. A band worn on the wrist by archers as a support and protection
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Barbarella broke her wrist and had to have her wristguard cut off by the EMTs.
With even the thought of Wendra, the wristguard felt warmer.
His father received him kindly and gave him a bow and arrows and a dress of turquois, with turquois bracelets and wristguard anal a necklace of turquois beads for his neck.
The remote comes with a wristguard similar to the ones seen on cell phones, and when thrown in the heat of lazy passion, the wristguards have been snapping, sending the tiny white missiles directly into people’s television screens.
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