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The "Sturdy metal chassis and Rubbery side-guard shell" is also a welcome feature in a market populated with plastic boxes i.e Korg Pandora, Yamaha Magic Stomp and other Zoom boxes
When within fifteen paces of the gallows, the side-guard, filing off to the right, formed, at regular distances from each other, three sides of a hollow square; the mountaineers composed the fourth and front side, in full view of the trembling prisoners, who marched up to the tree under which was a government wagon, with two mules attached.
He also said provinces could introduce their own side-guard regulations if they wanted to.
But the trucking industry and the federal transportation regulator argue the evidence of the side-guard's effectiveness isn't clear.
This is fine when the module is stashed away under the back/side-guard of the helmet or encased in the protective housing, but it really detracts from (any) required interaction.
* Front and rear side-guard door beams for side-impact protection