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  • n  a collection of resources
  • n  all the weapons and equipment that a country has
  • n  a military structure where arms and ammunition and other military equipment are stored and training is given in the use of arms
  • n  a place where arms are manufactured

  • Mick McCarthy in ESPN
    McCarthy said: "I thought Jody and Christophe (Berra) were outstanding. Some teams would have crumbled (from the succession of long throws) but we dealt with them. It is a great weapon to have in your armoury."
  • Alex McLeish in
    McLeish said: "Murphy is a dynamic full-back who will get forward. That is definitely in his armoury and is something I like in full-backs."
  • Dwight Evans in
    Let's remember Al Capone was captured because of his tax evasion rather than because of his criminal activities, and with that historic example in mind, the tax office can be a very important part of our community's armoury in fighting organised... David Feeney Sydney Morning Herald Mar 30, 2009 5432 7925 armpit It's the biggest right field in baseball. The angles, the low fence hits you right around the armpit -- it looks lower than that. I'm 6-3, and you go up and your ribs are exposed to that. You don't want to run into that," Evans said Thursday...

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