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armoring

An ad hoc term used in some forms of Oriental massage for muscle tension of physical or emotional origin.

armoring (ärˑ·m·ring),

n according to jin shin do, a form of acupres-sure in which tension is built up by repeated stress at a point where excess energy is accumulated as the result of various stimuli.
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Typically, in such cases, the defense argues against the introduction of body armor as evidence, or testimony regarding a defendant's use or proximity to body armor, as being improper to show bad character on the part of the defendant.
We've added body armor for our personnel, methods to prevent improvised explosive devices from working.