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  • noun US Plural form of armory.


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  • Jews in my armories from the Hagee-ilk Inquisition.

    The Memory Hole 2005

  • Members of the National Guard called their armories, asking where to muster.

    Michael Kaplan: Martians in New Jersey: Remembering the War of the Worlds 2009

  • The Virginia Army National Guard maintains 67 armories, and is present in 50 communities.

    IS your state Zombie-Safe? The results of the Keller Study « Third Point of Singularity 2009

  • Lamloom also called for more NATO airstrikes on the armories and depots where Gadhafi loyalists store their ammunition, saying they will prevent the government from shelling more civilian targets.

    NATO Airstrike a ‘Warning’ to Libyan Government Loyalists, Say Rebels 2011

  • In an effort to bolster their own armories of technology patents, many of them also are spending billions of dollars buying up troves of patents from defunct companies or trading them among themselves in alliances.

    B&N Sought Microsoft Inquiry Thomas Catan 2011

  • A longstanding agreement dating back to the construction of the armory allows the city to obtain ownership of armories from the state after military operations end there, Mr. Durr said.

    Armory in Brooklyn Regroups Joseph De Avila 2012

  • At the Huniya Base, a massive weapons storage facility on the outskirts of the eastern rebel-controlled city of Ajdabiya, 35 warehouses and at least a dozen underground armories were filled with heavy weaponry, including helicopter-mounted anti-tank rockets, anti-aircraft missiles and 122-millimeter Katyusha rockets, along with thousands of rounds of small-arms ammunition.

    A Rebel Army Struggles to Ready for Battle Charles Levinson 2011

  • Moammar Gadhafi's overthrow and the widespread looting of his vast armories.

    Alarm Over Smuggled Libyan Arms Devon Maylie 2011

  • On the ground in the eastern chunk of this oil-rich desert nation, the signs of rebellion are plain to see in the armories of a military base near Baida: Weapons crates lie busted open and empty.

    Dictator Loses Grip in Desert Charles Levinson 2011

  • "We've basically been closing down these old armories around the state for about six or seven years" to cut excess facilities, Mr. Durr said.

    Armory in Brooklyn Regroups Joseph De Avila 2012


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