cuirass


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Additionally, the French noun cuirass 'a piece of armour for the body (originally of leather); spec.
Thanks to Dr Morehouse the Tolson has on show a cuirass (or breastplate) worn by Richard Horsfall of Storthes Hall while fighting on the Royalist side at Pontefract in 1645-6 and a cannon ball (not on display) said to have come from the Earl of Newcastle's Royalist army while harassing the Holmfirth district.
This is the case of the word [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], a polysemous term in ancient Greek that means, in fact, both the cuirass and the thorax, which is the part of the soldier's body protected by the cuirass.
In the draft of a sermon Hopkins writes: "Breast plate, cuirass of justice--covers nearly whole man and in partic.
In the following example, the family was created from the freed slaves of the central figure, Publius Gessius, who wears a cuirass and paludamentum, instead of a toga.
A reality transcending time and space, all but impossible to represent visually, is felt as having supreme importance, not least for the muscular soldier in the yellow cuirass sprawled at the bottom of the painting with his unavailing drawn sword.
Perhaps ate just a bit too big a lunch old boy--let's hope you can still fit into Vera's cuirass.
What is wonderful is not simply the oak leaf or medieval cuirass I look at, making me wonder why there is not nothing.
N7 Armor: Players can unlock special armor inspired by Commander Shepard's iconic N7 battle armor including Helm, Cuirass, Gauntlets, Chausses and Greaves.
HCA Lassen reported in 1956 that the Bang respirator was priced at about a quarter the cost of a cuirass or tank respirator (3).