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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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Armour helped form the Southeastern Regional Ballet Association and Miami Ballet, a performance arm of his conservatory.
Passive armour generally falls into two categories, the disruptor that uses a plate to upset the structure or motion of the projectile to render it harmless, and the absorber that uses a material to absorb the kinetic energy of the projectile or the behind-armour debris fragments.
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Melissa brings a wealth of knowledge and passion, which will help take Under Armour's human resources capabilities to the next level as we continue on our path of international expansion," said Kevin Plank, Under Armour Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Under Armour products are extremely popular with our players and are proving equally popular with our supporters as well," said Pat Coyne, Reading Commercial Director.
We have nothing but respect and admiration for the Under Armour brand and products," said Steve Sclafani, CEO and Founder of the Baseball Factory.
We're very pleased that Under Armour is now the title sponsor of the Senior Bowl game," said Senior Bowl President and CEO Steve Hale.
Jim will play a key role in our company's strategic initiative to leverage our supply chain as a competitive advantage as we expand internationally," said Under Armour Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Plank.
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Ferguson's first task at the Armor Division will have him focusing on improving the results of Arotech's Armour of America, AoA, subsidiary which has not been performing as well as expected.