shoulder belt


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shoulder belt

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At his back was a quiver of arrows slung from a leathern shoulder belt, another piece of loot from some vanquished black.
After a short time the cardinal arranged his shoulder belt, then looked with great complacency at his hands, which were most elegant and of which he took the greatest care; and throwing on one side the large kid gloves tried on at first, as belonging to the uniform, he put on others of silk only.
But he says when he cocked his hat, and put on a broad sword, jack boots, and shoulder belt, he did not know his own powers as a writer, he did not know then that he should ever be able to "demolish a fortified town with a goosequill.
Supplemental fixtures designed to interface with the test bench were used to position the shoulder belt retractor, D-ring, buckle, and lap belt retractor or floor anchor.
A lap and shoulder belt holds the passengers in their seats safely.
The correct way to wear a seat belt is to secure the lap belt and shoulder belt across your pelvis and rib cage, which are more able to withstand crash forces than other parts of your body.
Available in the all-new Ford Explorer, the world's first second-row inflatable safety belts are small, tubular-shaped, inflatable bags that can deploy inside a shoulder belt in the event of a crash.
The purse may have served to hold an officer's medals and may have been acquired from a Mohawk maker who copied design elements from the 74th Highlanders' shoulder belt plate.
The shoulder belt lies across the mid chest and shoulder, not touching the neck or face.
A pair of shoulder titles for the King''s (Liverpool) Regiment from 1902 This fine mid 19th century Irish Militia off icer''s shoulder belt plate of the Clare Militia sold for pounds 1,034 Some of the hundreds of different shoulder titles available - but beware modern copies Finding one of the four various patterns for the 21st (Empress of India''s) Lancers badges is unusual - this exceptional group comprises mint examples of all four, and they sold for pounds 1,234 Military badges can make a fascinating collection, especially when documented and indexed historically as these are