Kayani's army and intelligence services are widely believed to support militant groups that are targeting American soldiers.
Key cabinet ministers and the heads of the army, navy, and air force are members of the nuclear authority.
The instructor explained that green army recruits fainted while standing at attention for the same reason.
General Raheel Sharif replaced General Ashfaq Kayani as Chief of army Staff (COAS).
Then he would ask how many would volunteer for such an army: hardly any.
She was terrible as an army with banners; fair as the sea or the sunset.
"Major Garningham, formerly of the British army," I replied.
If it has not accomplished all that was expected, the reasons are well known to the army.
He had joined the army of men who have killed their partners.
Or from what necessity did the son of Atreus, assembling an army, lead it hither?
late 14c., "armed expedition," from Old French armée (14c.) "armed troop, armed expedition," from Medieval Latin armata "armed force," from Latin armata, fem. of armatus "armed, equipped, in arms," past participle of armare "to arm," literally "act of arming," related to arma "tools, arms" (see arm (n.2)). Originally used of expeditions on sea or land; the specific meaning "land force" first recorded 1786. Transferred meaning "host, multitude" is c.1500.
The Old English words were here (still preserved in derivatives like harrier), from PIE *kor- "people, crowd;" and fierd, with an original sense of "expedition," from faran "travel." In spite of etymology, in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, here generally meant "invading Vikings" and fierd was used for the local militias raised to fight them.