Plate+armor

  • 181 rerebrace — /rear brays /, n. Armor. a piece of plate armor for the upper arm; an upper cannon. Cf. vambrace (def. 1). See diag. under armor. [1300 50; ME, equiv. to rere ( < MF rere, riere behind, backward < L retro RETRO ) + BRACE] * * * …

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  • 182 List of Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn characters — The Dawn Brigade from Radiant Dawn. From left to right: Sothe, Micaiah, Nolan, Edward and Leonardo Fire Emblem characters Shadow Dragon  (Marth) …

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  • 183 Men-at-Arms —    Expected to practice the use of arms from an early age, male members of the landowning PEERAGE and GENTRY families of England comprised the ranks of the men at arms, a general term for those soldiers in civil war armies who had the greatest… …

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  • 184 Spada in Arme’ — (“Sword and Armor”) Italian for combat in plate armor or “heavy armor” (called Harnischfechten in German) …

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  • 185 lower cannon — noun cannon of plate armor protecting the forearm • Syn: ↑vambrace • Hypernyms: ↑cannon • Part Holonyms: ↑body armor, ↑body armour, ↑suit of armor, ↑suit of armour, ↑ …

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  • 186 upper cannon — noun cannon that provides plate armor for the upper arm • Syn: ↑rerebrace • Hypernyms: ↑cannon • Part Holonyms: ↑body armor, ↑body armour, ↑suit of armor, ↑suit of armour, ↑ …

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  • 187 couter — /kooh teuhr/, n. Armor. a piece of plate armor for the elbow. See diag. under armor. [1325 75; ME < AF, equiv. to OF coute elbow ( < L cubitum; see CUBIT) + AF er ER2] …

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  • 188 Backpiece — Back piece , Backplate Back plate , n. [Back, n. or a. + piece, plate. ] 1. A piece, or plate which forms the back of anything, or which covers the back. [1913 Webster] 2. Specifically: A piece of plate armor protecting the back; it is worn as… …

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  • 189 Backplate — Backpiece Back piece , Backplate Back plate , n. [Back, n. or a. + piece, plate. ] 1. A piece, or plate which forms the back of anything, or which covers the back. [1913 Webster] 2. Specifically: A piece of plate armor protecting the back; it is… …

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  • 190 Sheet metal — Sheets of stainless steel cover the Chrysler Building …

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  • 191 Pauldron — laminated plate armor covering the shoulder. plate armour for the shoulders, devised of several, overlapped and articulated plates. ♦ Large curved plate worn in pairs to protect the front and rear of the shoulder, replacing the spaudler at the… …

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  • 192 cuisse — also cuish noun Etymology: Middle English cusseis, plural, from Anglo French quisez, plural of quissel, from quisse thigh, from Latin coxa hip more at coxa Date: 15th century a piece of plate armor for the front of the thigh see armor… …

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  • 193 tuille — noun Etymology: Middle English toile, from Anglo French toille, probably alteration of tuille, tiule tile, from Latin tegula more at tile Date: 15th century one of the hinged plates before the thigh in plate armor see armor illustration …

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  • 194 Battle of Benevento — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Benevento partof=Guelphs and Ghibellines caption=Battle of Benevento, from Cronica by Villani date=February 26, 1266 place=near Benevento, present day Italy result=Guelph victory combatant1=Guelphs… …

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  • 195 DragonQuest — This article is about the role playing game. For similar titles, see Dragon Quest (disambiguation). DragonQuest Designer(s) Eric Goldberg, Gerard C. Klug, David James Ritchie, Edward J. Woods, Redmond A. Simonsen Publisher(s) Simulations… …

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  • 196 Hauberk — A hauberk is a shirt of mail armour. The term is usually used to describe a shirt reaching at least to mid thigh and including sleeves. Haubergeon ( little hauberk ) generally refers to a shorter variant with partial sleeves, but the terms are… …

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  • 197 Armet — is the name of a type of helmet developed in the 15th century, most likely in Italy. It was distinguished by being the first helmet of its era to completely enclose the head while being compact and light enough to move with the wearer. The… …

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  • 198 Iron Kingdoms — The Iron Kingdoms is a campaign setting for the d20 fantasy RPG system and set in the same fictional world as the WARMACHINE miniatures wargame. The Iron Kingdoms setting is created by Privateer Press.TechnologyOne of the key thematic… …

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  • 199 List of Resident Evil 4 creatures — For individual enemy characters, see Characters in Resident Evil 4 This article provides a list of fictional monsters featured in the video game Resident Evil 4 . Las Plagas Las Plagas (Spanish for The Plagues ) are the new agent of… …

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  • 200 Dis Astranagant — The Dis Astranagant is a fictional robot in the Super Robot Wars series. It appears as a playable unit in the 3rd Super Robot Wars Alpha only, but also appears in the opening sequence and final episode of the animated .The Dis Astrangant s theme… …

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