armoury


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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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We something Christmas be more than Many private armouries furnished with relics of the English Civil War existed in Britain, but they were dispersed until the only major example left intact was the Popham armoury at Littlecote House.
The Littlecote armoury was acquired by the Royal Armouries in the 1980s.
Scot Billy Irving, 35, was jailed in India in January after being arrested on a floating armoury in the Indian Ocean.
2-million is earmarked for upgrades at the armoury with a resurfacing of the drill hall floor, replacement of heating and lighting systems, and repaving of the compound.
Now, an image of the air pellet embedded in Connor's head has been placed in the armoury to show youngsters the dangers of air weapons.
DC Froggatt added: "In the hope that it may bring closure to his traumatic ordeal, we were glad to invite Connor and his family to Durham Police headquarters where he was shown around the force armoury andunderwent the same intervention.
It was not clear what triggered the blast at the armoury attached to a naval base in northern Jakarta, armed forces spokesman Iskandar Sitompul said.
According to them, each floating armoury has around 2,000 guns and the ammunition needed for them, in addition to other safety gear.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 9, 2012-Cybercom designs new Royal Armoury websites(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
ST) said today that it is redesigning the websites of the Royal Armoury, Skokloster Castle and the Hallwyl Museum.
Unsecured creditors of collapsed Armoury Demolition and Recycling have been told to expect a payout of between 32p and 63p for every pound they are owed.
A SWARM of tornadoes crashed through the US Midwest killing at least 27 people, including eight feared dead when an armoury where they had taken shelter was flattened.
The body of DI John Watt, 40, was found in the armoury of the joint Special Branch/Anti-Terrorist Branch.