backpiece

backpiece

(ˈbækˌpiːs)
n
1. a tattoo on the back
2. the piece constituting the back of anything
3. the piece of a suit of armour protecting the back
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References in classic literature ?
They had taken off his breastplate and backpiece, but they neither knew nor saw how to open his gorget or remove his make-shift helmet, for he had fastened it with green ribbons, which, as there was no untying the knots, required to be cut.
That year, Hori won first place for "Best Backpiece" at the London Tattoo Convention.
The PT 809 comes in a nice fitted polymer carry case with recesses for the spare 17-round magazine, the other grip backpiece, a magazine loader, a bore brush and two keys for the Taurus Safety Lock.
The new tzitz is an improvement on one made several years ago, in that it h= as a backpiece, in accordance with some commentators and the account of Jos= ephus.
The redesigned soft tip backpiece turns 360 degrees to accommodate both left and right ear users.
However, his tribal backpiece is, not a Hawaiian, but a Micronesian design.