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arsenal

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a collection of resources

all the weapons and equipment that a country has

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a military structure where arms and ammunition and other military equipment are stored and training is given in the use of arms

a place where arms are manufactured

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Larger Armories will be locally supported by SkyRFID Authorized Partners providing the implementation, training and support.
Units from the armories would be stationed elsewhere in the state.
About 200 armories were closed across the country in 2005 by the Base Realignment & Closure Commission.
Both of (our cities) have better uses of the properties the armories are on,'' said Mike Flad, director of the Park, Recreation and Community Services agency in Burbank.
The 13 buses will head for armories including those in Eugene, 2515 Martin Luther King Jr.
Construction of even the best designed of armories would have had a negative impact on the expanse of lush, green wetlands and rolling hills that flank 30th Avenue as it rolls into south Eugene.
June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs will hold a public information meeting to discuss the future sale of the Altoona and Tyrone armories from 5 p.
In 1993, lawmakers tailored a bill to fit the situation, voting to allow armories to be constructed on agricultural land if they were located within a half-mile of a community college.
A new report suggests that it's time to seek alternatives to the continued use of 26 California National Guard armories as temporary homeless shelters during the winter months.
The armory - featuring classrooms, assembly hall, kitchen, vehicle storage and vehicle maintenance - would replace the existing Eugene armory and two smaller armories.
Gangs ransacked armories, civilians navigated tanks and children played with assault rifles.
The 122,000-square-foot armory would replace the existing Eugene armory and two smaller armories.
By converting National Guard armories, old storefronts and abandoned buildings into temporary shelters, the authority will provide the needy with beds, meals, showers and rides to the shelters.
The 1993 Legislature approved a special stipulation that allows armories in such a zone if they are within a half-mile of a community college.
A: For more than 450 years, the collection of arms and armor belonging to the Royal Armories has been displayed in the White Tower at the Tower of London.