Origin of weaponry
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Examples from the Web for weaponry
There are thousands of people ready to join the fighting over there but we are short on logistical support and weaponry.Dutch Biker Gangs Vs. ISIS
Nadette De Visser, Christopher Dickey
December 9, 2014
The trade flouts a March 2014 prohibition on all exports of weaponry and military equipment to Moscow.Ukraine Militias Warn of Anti-Kiev Coup
November 28, 2014
Without the proper equipment to repair and operate the Mohajer-4 it may be more of a photo prop than a piece of weaponry.ISIS: We Nabbed an Iranian Drone
November 17, 2014
The MiG-21 does not carry a huge amount of weaponry and was originally designed to fight other aircraft.U.S. Fighter Jocks Pray The ‘ISIS Air Force’ Rumors Are True
October 21, 2014
The MRAP had been stripped of any weaponry, and all that remained was to add seating and storage on the interior.Why Does My Kids’ Elementary School Need a Tank?
September 13, 2014
This was the citadel and the weaponry of Lincoln's authority.Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits;
Clark S. Beardslee
Over-jammed with all the personnel, all the instrumentation and incidentalia, all the weaponry, of war.Triplanetary
Edward Elmer Smith
We have met requests for reasonable amounts of American weaponry from regional countries which are anxious to defend themselves.
With it he built his home, framing a fortress capable of withstanding all the weaponry of his time.
His weaponry we may know exactly, for his rifle can be seen to-day, preserved by his descendants.
- weapons regarded collectively
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Word Origin and History for weaponry
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