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Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Stuart's Daily Word Spot: Habergeon

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Habergeon: noun – a sleeveless coat or jacket of mail or scale armour; a small hauberk (which is the longer version).

'The Duke of Camdarathananman donned his habergeon in preparation for the fight to come against the fearsome hordes of hamsters that were about to invade his bed chamber.'

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