Origin of arsenal
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Joint development of an Arsenal of Awe should become a priority for both countries.Memo to Bibi Netanyahu: It’s Time to Build an Arsenal of Awe|Lloyd Green|December 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Arsenal was the main employer in Woolwich, but it was shut down after WWII when the Empire disappeared and the army shrunk.
The Arsenal has been converted to “Manhattan style, loft apartments,” the vast majority still unsold.
Americans now own famous teams like Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Aston Villa.How Two Incidents of Alleged Racism in English Soccer Have Shocked the Sport|Edward Platt|December 23, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Such was the state of efficiency of the oldest of the three great manufacturing departments of the Arsenal!Curiosities of Civilization|Andrew Wynter
The news soon after spread that the convicts in the Arsenal had been let loose, and were going to pillage and fire the town.The Egyptian campaigns, 1882 to 1885|Charles Royle
At the Arsenal section, six electors present choose three among their own number to represent 1,400 active citizens.The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 3 (of 6)|Hippolyte A. Taine
In a short time, those in charge of the artillery restored them to the Arsenal, where all arms which had been taken were replaced.The Golden Grasshopper|W.H.G. Kingston
Last evening mother and Miriam went to the Arsenal to see if they would be allowed to do anything for the prisoners.A Confederate Girl's Diary|Sarah Margan Dawson
British Dictionary definitions for arsenal
Word Origin for arsenal
Word Origin and History for arsenal
c.1500, "dockyard, dock with naval stores," from Italian arzenale, from Arabic dar as-sina'ah "workshop," literally "house of manufacture," from dar "house" + sina'ah "art, craft, skill," from sana'a "he made."
Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, where the original players worked.