nosepiece nosepiece


  1. (n) armor plate that protects the nose
  2. (n) a strap that is the part of a bridle that goes over the animal's nose
  3. (n) the link between two lenses; rests on the nose



  1. Says Barry Fischer, director of the Los Angeles sheriff department's forensics lab: "You can get good DNA from a hatband or the nosepiece of a pair of glasses.
  2. To the nosepiece of his spectacles he had soldered two pieces of fine, stiff gold wire, bent to fit the upper curves of the eye sockets, forming non-irritating, comfortable .
  3. Warrant for his fear-someone (his stepbrother, he suspected) had dabbed lockjaw germs on the nosepiece of his spectacles.


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    Featuring nickel-free brushed steel frame and 8-base wraparound lenses for optimum coverage, GX-8 Series offers Clear, Amber, TSR Gray, Silver Mirror, and Indoor/Outdoor Silver Mirror lens tints. Clear and TSR Gray lenses are available with optional Fog-Ban® coating for hot, humid environments. Eyewear includes spring-hinge, non-slip temples and adjustable padded nosepiece for all-day comfort ...
    on July 17, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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