Noun(1) armor plate that protects the arm
(1) This brassard also still retains its original safety pin for securing the brassard to the sleeve of the medic's uniform.(2) Therefore, the shoulder-sleeve insignia was authorized to be worn with the blue uppermost to conform to the manner of wearing the brassard .(3) In general, countries that drive on the left hand side of the road wear the brassard on the right arm, whilst those that use the right hand side of the road use the left arm.(4) Proficiency and Qualification badges are worn either on a brassard on the right arm or directly on the jersey.(5) The new brassard is a standard part of the SECPOL uniform worn with DCPUs and working dress.(6) There's a tale in which those who choose to go about armed wear a brassard signifying the fact, and legal gunfights may break out at any time over matters large or trivial.(7) The blue uniform of the central figure is that of the Sun Fire Office (founded in London in 1710), whose badge or brassard is displayed on his left sleeve.(8) There were three categories of brassards : for directors, officers, and rangers.(9) Velcro patches have been placed on the top of each sleeve to enable brassards and badges to be fitted as required.
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