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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

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

    Arcelor Ends Battle for Dillinger Hütte

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

    Arcelor Ends Battle for Dillinger Hütte

  • “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

  • 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:

  • “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

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