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Brassard

Definition of the noun brassard

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noun - plural: brassards

  1. armor plate that protects the arm

Explanation

Brassard: A brassard or armlet is an armband or piece of cloth or other material worn around the upper arm, the term typically restricted to use as an item of uniform worn as military uniform or by police or other uniformed persons. Unit, role or rank badges or other insignia are carried on it instead of being stitched into the actual clothing. The brassard, when spread out, may be roughly rectangular in shape, where it is worn merely around the arm; it may also be a roughly triangular shape, in which case the brassard is also attached to a shoulder strap. The term is originally French, deriving from bras meaning "arm".

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Google previewStruggles and Experiences of a Neutral Volunteer (1872)

by Sir John Furley

The brassard is a badge of neutrality, according to the Convention of Geneva ;" but during the late war, conspicuously armed neutrals were very prevalent. ' * ' > Full information on the hospital system." of the Prussian army will be found in a ...

Google previewThe Nebraska Teacher (1918)

A brassard is a band on the arm bearing SOme device. Ordnance is the department which looks after ammunition and artillery supplies. Chevron is derived from a French word meaning rafter. It is a narrow, rafter-shaped piece of cloth sewed ...

Google previewAir Force Officer's Guide (2014)

by Stephen E. Wright

BRASSARDS A brassard is a cloth band worn around the upper arm to designate its wearer as a member of a special group or service and usually bearing an identifying mark, such as the Red Cross. Special duty brassards are worn centered ...

Google previewMedical News (1898)

The brassard is a red crescent.

Google previewThe Motor World (1909)

The Remy brassard is an arm shield of silver, and was do~ nated by the Remy brothers, owners of the Remy Electric Co.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Forensic and Legal Medicine (2015)

Binggeli N, Hart S, Brassard M. Psychological Maltreatment of Children: the APSAC Study Guides 4. Thousand...

Brassard M, Germain B, Hart S. Psychological Maltreatment of Children and Youth Elmsford, NY: Pergamon Press; 1987. 3.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology (1999)

Volume 40 - Supplement 25 - An Approach to Complexity from a Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Perspective to The Virtual Workplace by Allen Kent, James G. Williams

Brassard, "Quantum Cryptography: Public Key Distribution and Coin Tossing," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computers, Systems, and Signal Processing, Bangalore, India, IEEE Press, New York, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Adolescence (2014)

by Roger J.R. Levesque

Brassard and Donovan created ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Military Terms (1918)

by Edward Samuel Farrow

Brassard. — An armlet ; a badge for the arm ; insignia of officers of the Service d' etat-major, and of the men of certain services, such as drivers, telegraph operators, etc.

Google previewNew Comprehensive A-Z Crossword Dictionary (1996)

by Edy G. Schaffer

SHIELD arm BRASSARD, BRASSART, PALLETTE back CUIRASS bearer SQUIRE, ARMIGER body... TACE, CULET, TASSE, LORICA, CUIRASS, SURCOAT breast CUIRASS chain MAIL clamp/hook AGRAFFE elbow ...

Google previewA Cyclopaedia of Costume Or Dictionary of Dress, Including Notices of Contemporaneous Fashions on the Continent: The dictionary (1876)

by James Robinson Planché

BRASSART, BRASSARD, BRASER. {Bras, the arm, French.) That portion of plate armour which protected the upper part of the arm from the shoulder to the elbow, and thence to the wrist ; the former being distinguished as the "rere-brace" and ...

Google previewThe Harvard Encyclopedia (1890)

A Dictionary of Language Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

bras' ert, also Brassard, n. bras'erd [F. brassard, an armlet or bracelet — from bras, an arm — from L. brachlum, an arm]: in plate armor, the piece extending from the elbow to the shoulder; an armlet or bracelet; a band worn ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Monasticism (2013)

by William M. Johnston

Brassard, Francis Bray, Dorothy Ann Breeze, Andrew Brodman, James W. Callahan, Daniel F. Carbine, Jason A. Cardman, Francine Carney, Margaret, O.S.F., S.T.D Casey, Michael, O.C.S.O. Caswell, ...

Google previewDictionary of Canadian Biography (1994)

by Ramsay Cook

Bentley, Michele Brassard, Paulette M. Chiasson, Jean-Paul Corriveau, Phyllis Creighton, Pierrette Desrosiers, Huguette Filteau, Robert L. Fraser, Jane E. Graham, Deborah ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1867)

In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses ... by John Jamieson

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The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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