Some articles on armor:
... Jizmak is the only character who does not wear his armor during concerts (so as not to interfere with his mobility as a drummer), with the exception ... mouth is wider and the fur is brown), and the armor is composed of exposed muscle mass (as opposed to the Roman segmental armor he wore since "Violence has Arrived") ... In behind-the-scenes footage, the armor doesn't hinder his flexibility (he is able to reach all of his cymbals without trouble), and he is seen wearing it in the "School's ...
... the Master Chief is never seen without his armor ... a consequence of spending most of his time in his armor ... stands about seven feet (2.13 m) tall and weighs 1,000 pounds (450 kg) in armor without it, he stands six feet, seven inches (2 m) tall and weighs 287 pounds (130 kg) ...
... in 1922 under the terms of the Washington Naval Treaty, and its weaponry and armor was removed. 16,130 ton target ship, with the removal of one boiler room (and funnel), and increased armor to be able to absorb hits from 203 mm (8 in) shells and 30 kg (66 lb) practice bombs ... Armor on the deck, funnels, and bridge were increased to enhance its ability to survive hits ...
... In ancient Japan the Gowa family create a demonic Armor in order to defeat their enemies ... Hundreds of years later this armor is exploited by the Gowa in the development of Tactical Armor for military usage and the usurpation of Japan ...
... To win his red and gold Mystic Armor, he had to defeat the Ice Lord of Temra ... To don his armor, he shouts "Fire within me!" ... to become more powerful by shouting "Battle Fury!" when he has his armor made powerful in the forge within the Mountains of Gloom ...
More definitions of "armor":
- (noun): Protective covering made of metal and used in combat.
- (noun): A military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles.
- (verb): Equip with armor.
Famous quotes containing the word armor:
“When a strong man, fully armed, guards his castle, his property is safe. But when one stronger than he attacks him and overpowers him, he takes away his armor in which he trusted and divides his plunder.”
—Bible: New Testament, Luke 11:21.22.
“...there are important considerations in the world beyond plain sewing and teaching dull little boys the alphabet. Any woman who has brains and willing hands finds twenty remunerative occupations open to her where formerly she would have found merely the inevitable twoplain sewing, or the dull little boys. All she had to do is to make her choice and then buckle on her armor of perseverance, while the world applauds.”
“The humblest citizen of all the land, when clad in the armor of a righteous cause, is stronger than all the hosts of error.”
—William Jennings Bryan (18601925)