Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of armoury.

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Examples

  • Maybe not enough time has passed; maybe the illusory success of governments 'interventions mean that the pain has just been postponed with little left in the armouries.

    DK Matai: Asymmetric Threat Of A Second Great Depression?

  • Maybe not enough time has passed; maybe the illusory success of governments 'interventions mean that the pain has just been postponed with little left in the armouries.

    DK Matai: Asymmetric Threat of a Second Great Depression?

  • The encrustation of sheds, stores, armouries and cramped living quarters all round the wall within consisted mainly of timber.

    A River So Long

  • Instead we should see protectionism as a tool in nations' armouries that can be deployed to help address their local economic freefall, but is also capable of creating far-reaching collateral damage.

    Is it time to reconsider free trade?

  • Instead we should see protectionism as a tool in nations' armouries that can be deployed to help address their local economic freefall, but is also capable of creating far-reaching collateral damage.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Then he opened his armouries and distributed arms and armour to the troops, after which he set out with them and journeyed till he came to Isbanir, and all encamped before the city-gate.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • They kissed the earth before him in obedience to his commands and began at once to lay in munitions, and provide provisions for the occasion; whilst Sharrkan repaired to the armouries and took therefrom whatsoever he required of arms and armour, and thence to the stable where he chose horses of choice blood and others.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Historian Desmond Morton suggests that “for the most part, the crowds of men who jammed into the armouries were neither militia nor Canadian-born.”

    Anachronistic history may create lovely myths...

  • (PNU) of "raiding official armouries" to arm pro-government militia, including the Mungiki.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He accused Kibaki's party of "raiding official armouries" to equip the militias "who are then unleashed to kill innocent Kenyans protesting the flawed presidential elections."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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