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buckler

buckler
An ornament used in the decoration of friezes; sometimes circular or lozenge-shaped.
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But they rattled harmlessly off his steel buckler, while he laughed and minded them no more than if they had been hail-stones.
From a leverage perspective, this transaction and our recent sale of our A&S Kinard and Buckler subsidiaries have reduced our outstanding borrowings and capital leases by approximately $185M.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 4, 2019-Celadon Group Sells A and S/Kinard and Buckler Transport Business Units in USD 139.5m Deal
Buckler, could proceed on his claim that a mine inspector failed to carry out a non-discretionary and mandatory duty to review training records.
South Miami, FL, October 10, 2014 --(PR.com)-- An innovative new product targeted at the marine industry, the Buckler Speed Ratchet, has been developed by Robert Byers of Jena, Louisiana.
Stepnell will extend, refurbish and reroof the 1850s-built Grade II listed Victorian building which was originally designed by John Buckler and built as a single hall school.
A model of Wash Buckler, one of the new Skylanders characters, toured the island and visited Portree Primary as part of the launch.
But it's also wordi exploring some of the Hampshire beauty spots visited by Jane and her family, such as Beaulieu River, Buckler's Hard and Beaulieu Abbey.
But it's also worth exploring some of the Hampshire beauty spots visited by Jane and her family, such as Beaulieu River, Buckler's Hard and Beaulieu Abbey.
Stroke victim Amanda Buckler, 46, is now having to take anti-depressants following the raid on her home in Barry.
FORMER smart hurdler Trenchant got off the mark over fences at the third attempt when making most to beat Preuty Boy in the beginners' chase, but his new trainer Bob Buckler deflected a share of the credit to Alan King, who saddled Trenchant to win two Grade 2 events.