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Armor plating from a scrapped warship was assembled, to a thickness of more than 40 feet.
The great iron plating which supported the machinery had kept it together, and in one piece.
The heavy ship's plating was carried right up to the boat deck, and between the C and B decks was doubled.
The following methods of plating iron with nickel and silver appeared in a recent issue of a German paper.
They were struck repeatedly, but the balls fell harmlessly against the iron plating.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
Her plating was but pine wood to the steel projectiles, flying with almost the swiftness of a minnie bullet.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
One shot had ripped up the plating of the Patapsco and pierced the wood-work beneath.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
The shield known to Homer then is, in this case, so tall as to resemble a tower, and has bronze plating over bull's hide.
By tradition from an age of leather shields the Currier is still the shield-maker, though now the shield has metal plating.
A gaping hole in the tough metal plating under his right arm, and a thin trickle of blood, told clearly what had happened.

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