Shields in its basic sense is the plural of shield. It may also refer to:
Other articles related to "shields, shield":
... Reports in the local Gazette suggest that the South Shields Association Football team's first recorded result was a 2–1 win in September 1889 against Gateshead Albion, though mention ... South Shields Athletic formed in 1897 to play in the Northern Alliance, but folded in 1902 ... South Shields Adelaide, nicknamed the Laddies, were formed in 1899 by Jack Inskip, and after joining the Northern Alliance, moved to the North Eastern League ...
... Infantry, under the command of Captain Devereaux Shields, had apparently been taken prisoner by the Filipino resistance, along with the gunboat Villalobos ... has been captured with many killed and wounded", MacArthur cabled, "Shields among the latter." The prisoners were later released on October 15, with Captain Shields and 48 men ...
... Arkansas state highway spur routes are signed using standard state highway shield backgrounds ... Shield sizes remain, one-digit routes keep the 24-by-24-inch (61 cm × 61 cm) shields, while two-digit routes become 24-by-36-inch (61 cm × 91 cm) ...
... Shields is an unincorporated community in Prince Edward County, Virginia, United States. ...
... shield/block, deflect,bash Description brief Region of association Era of association Massai style shield A small padded leather handshield of almond shape centally ... Scutum A large rectangular and convex shield used by Roman legions Rome Antiquity Buckler A small hand shield also used as a parry weapon and not good ... style roundshield Medieval Aspis/Hoplon Greek word for variety of shields ...
Famous quotes containing the word shields:
“Your cloak hides the sinner,
your cloak shields the lover,
colour of wine,
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“No other man-made device since the shields and lances of the ancient knights fulfills a mans ego like an automobile.”
—Sir William Rootes (18941964)
“A man who publishes his letters becomes a nudistnothing shields him from the worlds gaze except his bare skin. A writer, writing away, can always fix himself up to make himself more presentable, but a man who has written a letter is stuck with it for all time.”
—E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)