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I had myself a great silver bowl, with two goblets, and a plastron of Spanish steel.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Frequently a metal breastplate or plastron-de-fer, and a steel cap or chapel-de-fer, were worn under the mail.
A square brown Derby is worn with this suit, brown English driving gloves, and a white plastron or coachman's scarf.
THE COMPLETE BACHELORWALTER GERMAIN
His chest, he thought, must burst under the strapped plastron, and sweat poured in a sheet across his eyes.
THE BRIGHT SHAWLJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
The anterior and posterior lobes of the plastron had been folded over the bridge, forming a three-ply thickness of bone.
The left half of the plastron is relatively complete, lacking only the epiplastron and entoplastron.
The Museum has an incomplete carapace and plastron (No. 3101) of a small Testudo from that locality and formation.
In the Leathery Turtle (Dermochelys) the carapace and plastron differ completely from those of any other living form.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
They are wanting too in the Chelonia, unless the first pair of ossifications in the plastron are to be regarded as clavicles.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
No part of the plastron stains purple with thionin; it hardly stains at all, or gives only a very slight blue colour.
THE ORIGIN OF VERTEBRATESWALTER HOLBROOK GASKELL

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