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  • noun Plural form of armguard.

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Examples

  • Teachers in some special schools have been forced to have vaccinations before going into the classroom and to wear the kind of armguards used by police-dog trainers - both of which they had to pay for themselves - it was claimed yesterday.

    EDUCATION WATCH INTERNATIONAL

  • Teachers in some special schools have been forced to have vaccinations before going into the classroom and to wear the kind of armguards used by police-dog trainers - both of which they had to pay for themselves - it was claimed yesterday.

    Eye on Britain

  • Similarly, metal armguards and a quiver and bow case, all made in Russia in the 17th century, display Turkish motifs and techniques.

    Glories of Gift-Giving Diplomacy

  • Dark armor, richly made: lacquered steel breastplate; epaulettes embla - zoned in gold; oiled, fine chain; shin-and armguards of polished bronze; a plain black oval shield; embellished sword hilt exposed from bejeweled sheath.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

  • Dark armor, richly made: lacquered steel breastplate; epaulettes embla - zoned in gold; oiled, fine chain; shin-and armguards of polished bronze; a plain black oval shield; embellished sword hilt exposed from bejeweled sheath.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

  • Dark armor, richly made: lacquered steel breastplate; epaulettes embla - zoned in gold; oiled, fine chain; shin-and armguards of polished bronze; a plain black oval shield; embellished sword hilt exposed from bejeweled sheath.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

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