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a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles

tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant

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equip with armor

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A mile and a half suits him well but over today's distance 1m2f it takes him a mile to get him really stretching out and that's why he needs a good strong gallop.
He has run well at Ascot on several occasions, and the mile and a half suits him.
Two miles to two and a half suits this horse and his performance at Cork was very encouraging," said trainer Tom Taaffe.
Probably a mile and a half suits him best and there will be a lot of nice things we could do with him.
He's versatile regarding trip - either a mile and a quarter or a mile and a half suits him well - but this race fits conveniently in the programme as it could be a stepping-stone towards the Champion Stakes.
Noel Meade, trainer of Dashing Home ``He has won over the trip, although I've often thought that a mile and a half suits him better.
It was probably a bit far for him and I'd say anything from two miles to two and a half suits him best.
The owner's racing manager, Teddy Beckett, said yesterday: "A mile and a half suits her well.