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- adj. Possessing armour.
- adj. Equipped with armoured vehicles.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of armour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. provided with protective covering; -- used of animals. Opposite of
- adj. same as armor-clad; -- used of persons or things military. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. used of animals; provided with protective covering
- adj. protected by armor (used of persons or things military)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
One has to wonder how the Iraqi's will feel about having to wait for their equipment when they too are driving around in armoured Land Rovers - with the same tragic results experienced by the British Army – and are expected to take on increasing responsibility for patrolling from the British.
We then made our way to Baragwanath to try and see what we could do there, but on the way to Baragwanath we came across an additional convoy of police cars and in armoured cars that were driving down Potchefstroom Road towards Orlando.
At $222, they’ll be transporting cigarettes in armoured vehicles … —
Nathalie Gray 10:19 pm: I LOVE the idea of armoured dirigibles.
In ten minutes the so-called armoured plate was riddled.
They're safely back in the bunker ordering the privates, corporals and sergeants to climb aboard our motorized tin cans, known as armoured vehicles, and patrol that God-forsaken desert -- knowing full well roadside bombs could blow them to bits.
I could see the ankle-length gambeson as a great base for any kind of armoured character, honestly.
He said Alexkor recently "armoured" a particular slimes dam with coarse overburden to stop a windblown "plume" of fine material that was threatening the proclaimed Ramsar wetland site at the mouth of the Orange River.
In recent years, Britain has been pulled up for the sale of military and security equipment such as armoured vehicles to
It is interesting to guess for oneself and to speculate upon the possibility of a kind of armoured mother-ship for waterplanes and submarines and torpedo craft, but necessarily that would be a mere journalistic and amateurish guessing.
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