plate armor for the lower part of the face and the throat, used with a burgonet.
a woman who sings comic roles in opera.
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a soft, thick, light-yellow leather with a napped surface, originally made from buffalo skin but later also from other skins, used for making belts, pouches, etc. a brownish-yellow color; tan. a buff stick or buff wheel. a devotee or well-informed student of some activity or subject: Civil War buffs avidly read the new biography of […]
an apparatus at the end of a railroad car, railroad track, etc., for absorbing shock during coupling, collisions, etc. any device, material, or apparatus used as a shield, cushion, or bumper, especially on machinery. any intermediate or intervening shield or device reducing the danger of interaction between two machines, chemicals, electronic components, etc. a person […]
noun (Austral) a pasture grass, Cenchrus ciliaris, native to Africa and India, introduced in N Australia