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  1. Jack of plate - Wikipedia

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    A jack of plate is a type of armour made up of small iron plates sewn between layers of felt and canvas. They were commonly referred to simply as a "jack" (although this could also refer to any outer garment). This type of armour was used by common Medieval European soldiers as well as by the rebel peasants known as Jacquerie.

  2. Coat of plates - Wikipedia

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    After about 1340, the plates covering the chest were combined to form an early breastplate, replacing the coat of plates. After 1370, the breastplate covered the entire torso. Different forms of the coat of plates, known as the brigandine and jack of plates, remained in use until the late 16th century.

  3. Brigandine - Wikipedia

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    European jack of plate Jack of plate, English, c1580-90 A similar type of armour was the jack of plate , commonly referred to simply as a "jack" (although this could also refer to any outer garment).

  4. Gambeson - Wikipedia

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    A gambeson (also aketon, padded jack or arming doublet) is a padded defensive jacket, worn as armor separately, or combined with mail or plate armor. Gambesons were produced with a sewing technique called quilting. They were usually constructed of linen or wool; the stuffing varied, and could be for example scrap cloth or horse hair. During the ...

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  6. Plate armour - Wikipedia

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    Plate armour is a historical type of personal body armour made from bronze, iron or steel plates, culminating in the iconic suit of armour entirely encasing the wearer. While there are early predecessors such as the Roman-era lorica segmentata, full plate armour developed in Europe during the Late Middle Ages, especially in the context of the Hundred Years' War, from the coat of plates worn ...

  7. Plane (tool) - Wikipedia

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    A jack plane is up to 14 inches (360 mm) long, continues the job of roughing out, but with more accuracy and flattening capability than the scrub. A jointer plane (including the smaller 14 to 20 inches (360 to 510 mm) [4] fore plane ) is between 22 to 30 inches (560 to 760 mm) [4] long, and is used for jointing and final flattening out of boards.

  8. Ailette - Wikipedia

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    The ailette (French language for little wing) was a component of thirteenth century knightly armour.Usually made of cuir bouilli (sometimes of plate or parchment), ailettes were thick, quadrangular pieces of leather or wood that attached to the shoulders by means of silk or leather cord.

  9. J - Wikipedia

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    In the United Kingdom under the old system (before 2001), a licence plate that begins with "J" for example "J123 XYZ" would correspond to a vehicle registered between August 1, 1991 and July 31, 1992. Again under the old system, a licence plate that ends with "J" for example "ABC 123J" would correspond to a vehicle that was registered between ...

  10. Giclée - Wikipedia

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    Origins. The word giclée was adopted by Jack Duganne around 1990. He was a printmaker working at Nash Editions.He wanted a name for the new type of prints they were producing on a modified Iris printer, a large-format, high-resolution industrial prepress proofing inkjet printer on which the paper receiving the ink is attached to a rotating drum and that they had adapted for fine-art printing.

  11. Salad - Wikipedia

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    A salad can be a composed salad (with the ingredients specifically arranged on the serving dish) or a tossed salad (with the ingredients placed in a bowl and mixed). An antipasto plate, the first dish of a formal Italian meal , is similar to a composed salad, and has vegetables, cheese, and meat.