A name given to the plate armor of the leg below the knee.

Bainberg

A name given to the plate armor of the leg below the knee.

"The bayonet is a cutting and thrusting weapon consisting of three principal parts, viz, the <em>blade</em>, <em>guard</em>, <em>grip</em>." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Bayonet

"The bayonet is a cutting and thrusting weapon consisting of three principal parts, viz, the blade,…

"At the second command sake the position of guard; at the same time throw the rifle smartly to the front, grasp the rifle with the left hand just below the lower band, fingers between the stock and gun sling, barrel turned slightly to the left, the right hand grasping the small of the stock about 6 inches in front of the right hip, elbows free from the body, bayonet point at the height of the chin." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Bayonet guard

"At the second command sake the position of guard; at the same time throw the rifle smartly to the front,…

"Carte, Guard. Turn wrist with nails upwards; hand on a line with lower part of breast; arm somewhat bent, and elbow inclined a little to the outside; point of foil elevated at an angle of about 15 degrees, and directed at upper part of adversary's breast." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Carte

"Carte, Guard. Turn wrist with nails upwards; hand on a line with lower part of breast; arm somewhat…

A large, circular Chinese encampment.

Chinese encampment

A large, circular Chinese encampment.

Fender is the US English term for the part of an automobile, motorcycle or other vehicle body that frames a wheel well. Its primary purpose is to prevent sand, mud, rocks, liquids, and other road spray from being thrown into the air by the rotating tire.

Car Fender

Fender is the US English term for the part of an automobile, motorcycle or other vehicle body that frames…

An illustration of an adult guard holding bags of money.

Guard Holding Bags

An illustration of an adult guard holding bags of money.

A pictorial banner illustrated with a guard leaning on a ledge looking over the city.

Guard Sitting Looking Over Ledge Pictorial Banner

A pictorial banner illustrated with a guard leaning on a ledge looking over the city.

An illustration of a guard and woman talking.

Guard Speaking to Woman

An illustration of a guard and woman talking.

Used in combination with the vehicle fender to protect vehicle passengers, other vehicles, and pedestrians from mud and other flying debris thrown into the air by the rotating tire.

Mud Guard

Used in combination with the vehicle fender to protect vehicle passengers, other vehicles, and pedestrians…

This is a pin featuring a protective guard end to prevent accidental puncture.

Pin Guard

This is a pin featuring a protective guard end to prevent accidental puncture.

In Norse mythology, Heimdall is the guardian of the gods. When Loki causes evil spirit to be in everyone, the world grows cold and mean. Heimdall rides his horse over the rainbow bridge and blows his horn to warn the gods of the end of the world.

Heimdall Warns the Gods

In Norse mythology, Heimdall is the guardian of the gods. When Loki causes evil spirit to be in everyone,…

An illustration of a mantle, a type of loose garment usually worn over indoor clothing to serve the same purpose as an overcoat, on a guard.

Mantle

An illustration of a mantle, a type of loose garment usually worn over indoor clothing to serve the…

An illustration of an owl guarding her eggs from a wolf.

Owl and Wolf

An illustration of an owl guarding her eggs from a wolf.

An illustration of the story, Picciola by X. B. Saintine. Count Charney was imprisoned by the Emperor of France for allegedly planning to assassinate him. In this image, he is begging the guard to send a letter the the emperor to save a little flower that is growing in the stone. A girl delivers this letter and the emperor realizes that this man could not have him killed and releases him.

Picciola

An illustration of the story, Picciola by X. B. Saintine. Count Charney was imprisoned by the Emperor…

"Prime, Parade. In using prime to parry the thrust in seconde, pass your point over the adversary's blade, lower it to the waist, keeping your wrist as high as your mouth, nails downward, elbow bent, and body held back as far as possible. The left foot should also be drawn backward a few inches, to remove the body further from the hostile point." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Prime

"Prime, Parade. In using prime to parry the thrust in seconde, pass your point over the adversary's…

An illustration of two prisoners with chains around their ankles walking past an armed guard.

Prisoners and Guard

An illustration of two prisoners with chains around their ankles walking past an armed guard.

"Quinte, Parade. Wrist in high carte, sword-point low, and oppose adversary from the forte of the outside edge of your blade." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Quinte

"Quinte, Parade. Wrist in high carte, sword-point low, and oppose adversary from the forte of the outside…

"Seconde, Parade. Nails and wrist downward, hand opposed outward, and blade, pointing low, should form an angle of about 45 degrees with the ground." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Seconde

"Seconde, Parade. Nails and wrist downward, hand opposed outward, and blade, pointing low, should form…

A skirt guard or coat guard is a device fitted over the rear wheel of a bicycle to prevent a long skirt, coat or other trailing clothes or luggage catching in the wheel, or in the gap between the rim and the brakes.

Bicycle Riding Skirt

A skirt guard or coat guard is a device fitted over the rear wheel of a bicycle to prevent a long skirt,…

"Tierce, Guard. As in carte, the nails and wrist being somewhat more downward, and the arm stretched a little outward, to cover the outside." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Tierce

"Tierce, Guard. As in carte, the nails and wrist being somewhat more downward, and the arm stretched…

An illustration of a man wearing a suit of armor with a woman washing it.

Woman Washing a Man in Armor

An illustration of a man wearing a suit of armor with a woman washing it.