Abbott testified that Williams had overseen the armory and that none of the weapons or anything else had ever gone missing.
There is however in his armory one last weapon to be deployed to restore some self-respect.
His first moves were sensible enough, given the small number of his force and the sprawling size of the armory.
The armory art fair that opened this week in New York, like any other art fair, represents the opposite of all that.
The movie shot a few days inside the armory, and Franco was given a crash course in the world of Kink.com.
But Melanthius, the goatherd, crept up to the armory and brought down therefrom twelve helmets and shields, and spears as many.
Melanthios also was brought down from the armory and cast among the dogs to die.
Her neck is as the tower of David, builded for an armory, whereon there hang 1,000 bucklers and shields of mighty men.
The Prince's speech in the armory in Chicago is quite typical.
His superintendency was the longest of any in the history of the armory.
"arms and weapons collectively," c.1300; see arm (n.2) + -ory. Meaning "place where arms are manufactured" is from mid-15c. Also used in a sense of "arsenal" (mid-15c.), "the science of heraldry" (late 15c.), from Old French armoierie, from armoier "to blazon," from Latin arma "weapons" (see arm (n.2)).