Armitage

[ahr-mi-tij]
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Contemporary Examples of armitage

  • He said he had seen the recent articles and was "working hard on Powell and Armitage."

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    Rumsfeld, Still Defiant

    Howard Kurtz

    February 2, 2011

Historical Examples of armitage


British Dictionary definitions for armitage

Armitage

noun
  1. Simon (Robert). born 1963, British poet and writer, whose collections include Zoom! (1989), Killing Time (1999), and Universal Home Doctor (2002)
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