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armour

(US), armor
1. Nautical the watertight suit of a diver
2. Engineering permanent protection for an underwater structure
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ROME: A bronze lion's head and a suit of armor have been found in the sea off the coast of the Calabria region in southern Italy, Italian media have reported, citing the scuba divers who found them.
And there were scones, cookies, a plaid-clad bagpiper, a man walking about in a full suit of armor from Higgins Armory Museum and trying his best not to clank too loudly, and a real British diplomat, Joseph Pickerill, vice consul with the British Consulate-General in Cambridge.
Pickering's delightful illustrations add depth to the quirky characters, including Uncle Drac, the misunderstood bat poo salesman; Aunt Tabby, his disapproving wife; and Old Horace, a spirit who lives in a suit of armor that's on its last leg.
"Made of soft, pliable leather-like fabric," states the promotional material, "her suit of armor keeps with our concept of soft and huggable."
A boy's discovery of an alien suit of armor, a world controlled by a sinister underground organization and a host of bio-monsters keeps action swift and animae original and compelling.
In the case of this particular project, my objective was to have the students create a suit of armor, not to learn to draw the human figure.
Eventually he meets traders who possess a suit of armor containing a malevolence that killed part of their group.
Rare paintings by renown artists like Rembrandt and Rubens, the only known large green diamond in the world, and a suit of armor worn by August the Strong as a child are just a few of the amazing pieces of art that will be featured in "The Glory of Baroque Dresden" exhibit at the Mississippi Arts Pavilion in Jackson.
If you, like Colthirst, find yourself donning a suit of armor at work, then your workplace has become a battlefield.
Lassie Come-Home In olden days he wore a suit of armor 4.
To begin, plan a suit of armor for your animal subject.
How about a suit of armor? That's what a scrap-metal dealer named Troy Hurtubise wears, and here's why: In 1984 he was attacked by a grizzly bear.