- n. Plural form of armament.
“Gadhafi may be able to tap black-market sources for short-term armaments needs.”
“Russia was actually drowning in armaments by 1917 – just often the wrong ones.”
“The only reason to send soldiers down without improper armaments is to encourage the crowd to rush them and attack them.”
“The paragraph where Bill describes the enemy armaments is really, really long.”
“The wondrous armaments from the film saw camouflage suits based on camera technology, accelerator suits that amplified the strength and reflexes of the already formidable wearer, and lightweight liquid armor able to withstand almost any blows.”
“They intend to establish a "high-level working group from British and French government and industry" to consider ways to build upon and enhance existing co-operation in armaments programs.”
“I would say to those who would like to see Germany and France on an equal footing in armaments: ‘Do you wish for war?’”
“At best, he works in armaments or munitions – developing, manufacturing, or distributing.”
“Anyone who works in armaments for the military during ANY war (which this is not) or military actions has supplied the means for the death of innocents.”
“The Canadian approach is especially important now because it means that while we are maintaining our capability, indeed enhancing it, we do not have a deep vested interest in armaments, which in some nations has had more than casual impact on its foreign policy.”
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