powder magazine

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Synonyms for powder magazine

a storehouse (as a compartment on a warship) where weapons and ammunition are stored

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The masons were still working on the parapet in June 1745, when the Committee's annual letter redirected them to work on the powder magazine.
Local clansman Donald Maclean of Duart boarded the ship and ignited its powder magazine, reputedly sending 350 Spaniards and pounds 300,000 worth of gold bullion to the bottom of the sea.
Guns and munitions were stacked against the priory ruins and a huge powder magazine was built on the site of the cloister.
Berry serves the ASTM D-1 Committee on Paints and Related Coatings as Chair of its Regulatory Affairs Subcommittee, is a member of the Editorial Board of Coatings World Magazine and is a consultant to Industrial Paint and Powder Magazine.
Pike is mortally injured when the retreating British blow up the fort's powder magazine.
Desperate to avoid this fate, Amalda somehow slipped into the ship's powder magazine, which she detonated, killing everyone onboard.
Kevin Back, account executive for Powder Magazine, which caters to an upbeat segment of 16- to 42-year olds, agrees: "Snowboarding was actually a blessing in disguise.
Kadena powder magazine site in Okinawa Prefecture on Thursday evening but all four aboard were unhurt, police sources said.
Once the new access road has been built, a powder magazine will be contructed and a final powder permit sought.
Her team has consistent top finishes in Columbia Courcheval Rideweek, and in 2005 Persson was nominated for Best Female Performance by Powder Magazine readers for her downhill performance in ski flick Free Radicals.
There are 13 buildings, including nine furnished to represent the mid-1800s, three museum display spaces, and a gun powder magazine.
Holes are also being drilled at the Moonscape and Powder Magazine areas where initial drilling has intersected high grade Ni-Co mineralisation close to the surface.
Lariviere, president of the Oxford Historical Society, will identify areas of the fort site, which once contained a blockhouse and addition, powder magazine and armory, surrounded by a trench, inner stone-and-log fence and outer stockade fence, which was 87 feet wide and 117 feet long.
REI and Early Winters are among the users of the Powder magazine list.