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Fentz even worked his way through his routine in a golden breastplate.
Doubling down on the theme, Fentz even wore a golden breastplate and had a glove obscuring his hand in a nod to Jaime Lannister’s missing hand.
The steel, a kind of breastplate bolted together from two separate sheets and once painted green, is the size and shape of a 1920s automobile roof, though Mr. Grosvenor made it himself.
Dunne, who stockpiles materials, used a 16-foot-long python skin for the Viper's breastplate.
Interior design style: Eclectic Favorite collections: Items from international travels, including a Saudi Arabian tribal breastplate, a giant tortoise shell and antique Asian hair accessories and jewelry.
Photographs show spectacular Indian apparel — eagle-feather war bonnets, quillwork and beaded breastplates, an animal tooth necklace, dozens of beaded moccasins, pipes and pipe bags and knife pouches.
Its breastplate bears the colors of New York's first responders.
Then, a textured vest or a golden breastplate, all topped off with a vibrant coat and different colored trousers.
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First Known Use of breastplate
BREASTPLATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of breastplate for English Language Learners
: a piece of metal that covers a person's chest and that was part of the protective clothing (called armor) that soldiers wore in the past
BREASTPLATE Defined for Kids
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