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  • They have different strengths, some fight with brass knuckles and others fight with kung fu and steel-capped batons.

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  • A leg comes out of the car and touches the sidewalk: jeans and a black steel-capped boot.

    Blood Men

  • Buying a steel-capped pair of work boots may be difficult for an unemployed worker who is out of cash, without them he will not work in construction.

    Why the Obama honeymoon ended so abruptly.

  • Thick tights and a pair of steel-capped doc Martens make a pretty formidable and insulating barrier.

    International Wear A Dress Day 2009 -- Today! - A Dress A Day

  • I came out to help search for it, armed with vacuum cleaner and one of Andrew's steel-capped boots.

    Happy Birthday Logan

  • We had to buy steel-capped safety boots beforehand: when I went into the shop and asked for them I was pointed to a wall with a huge variety of boots and shoes.

    North West Resources Tour

  • -- "Diagonally across the street, the core of the decayed downtown is wrapped around Frank Gehry's undulating, steel-clad concert hall, which looks like a giant steel-capped molar in a mouthful of rotting teeth."

    Chris Kelly: Missing Sex Money Mystery Blonde: Day 26

  • Disney Hall doesn't look any more like a steel-capped molar than your momma does.

    Chris Kelly: Missing Sex Money Mystery Blonde: Day 26

  • For a while there it seemed as if every blogger and his pet rock was going the snark route but I sense the flockosphere has started to get bored with snark, which means it's time for Squash to take out the big steel-capped boots again.

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  • He shrieked in pain as a steel-capped boot drove into his stomach.

    Sepulchre

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