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  • Perhaps, say researchers who have worked out that the heavy steel-plate armour worn by the French would have exhausted them before the fight with the English had even started.

    Heavy armour would have exhausted the French at Agincourt, say scientists

  •      Jack played the game according to corporate dictate, with the steel-plate facade and sewer-rat ethics big business demands.

    Winter Hawk Jack

  • He had spent a good part of World War II in a Japanese POW camp; the steel-plate in his skull one of the mementos he brought back from his time in the Pacific.

    Luther Loves Lucy

  • “Samuel de Champlain,” steel-plate engraving by J.

    Champlain's Dream

  • The painter Théophile Hamel did a handsome oil painting, which was made into a steel-plate engraving by artist J.

    Champlain's Dream

  • Getty Images ArcelorMittal said it will reduce its stake in German steel-plate producer Dillinger Hutte.

    Arcelor Ends Battle for Dillinger Hütte

  • After an 18-month battle for control of a German steel-plate producer,

    Arcelor Ends Battle for Dillinger Hütte

  • Mr. Piraux has also spent about $39,000 this year in housing and upkeep for Thorgal and his second horse, Organdy, and on new steel-plate armor and a yellow-and-red wooden crest with a tower logo.

    A Knight's Tale:

  • We confess to a prejudice in favor of the honest work of HAND, in matters of art, and prefer the rough workmanship of the painter to the smooth copies of his performances which are produced, for the most part, on the wood-block or the steel-plate.

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • Long 376 feet, fast, and sleek, the destroyers were still known as “tin cans” because of their thin 3/8inch steel-plate hulls.

    Sea of Thunder

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