Examples of armory in a Sentence
the site of a 19th-century armory
the soldier was sent to the armory to get a replacement weapon for the one that had been stolen
Recent Examples of armory from the Web
Walton said the bus will remain on the truck inside the armory until a full investigation is complete.
The land, purchased from Monroe Bank & Trust, cost $600,000 and construction of the armory and maintenance facility will cost about $42 million, according to Col.
The tour took an unexpected detour when teachers invited the owner of a gun armory to show off some rifles.
National Guard troops will take 60,000 of the pouches from APG Saturday to four armories around the state for distribution in the surrounding communities.
He’ll be joined at the live Brooklyn armory performance by a starry cast that includes Sara Bareilles as Mary Magdalene and Alice Cooper as King Herod.
The tunnels -- never connected to other buildings or used as an armory, contrary to legend -- are designed to evenly distribute the weight of the 140-ton monument over its entire footprint, according to Daley.
This collection of spring football practices at Alabama was more like a reorganizing of the armory.
Brown said the National Guard will take its allotment of pouches to armories in Hagerstown, La Plata, Catonsville and Queen Anne’s County.
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Did You Know?
An armory has traditionally been a military storage compound where machine guns, rifles, pistols, ammunition, parts, and accessories are kept. In the U.S., National Guard and Reserve units often use armories as training headquarters in peacetime. Ever since George Washington established the country's first armory in Springfield in 1777, arsenals and armories of the Army Ordnance Corps have had a remarkable history of arms manufacture.
ARMORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of armory for English Language Learners
: a supply of weapons
: a place where weapons are kept; especially : a place where weapons are kept and where soldiers are trained
: a place where weapons are made
ARMORY Defined for Kids
Definition of armory for Students
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