What is armory?

  • (noun): A collection of resources.
    Example: "He dipped into his intellectual armory to find an answer"
    Synonyms: armoury, inventory
    See also — Additional definitions below

Armory

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Lawrence Light Guard Armory
... Lawrence Light Guard Armory is a historic armory at 90 High Street in Medford, Massachusetts ...
Squadron A - Social Activities
... Aside from official ceremonial duties, there was indoor polo in the Armory every Saturday night followed by a black tie-dance and many Sunday afternoon tea dances ... The 94th Street Armory came down in 1965, but its facade, with the Squadron motto BOUTEZ EN AVANT (Charge!) is still intact, and the Hunter College High School building now ... Squadron A memorabilia is maintained in a museum at the Staten Island armory of the 101st Cavalry (Tank), NYARNG, the successor unit to the Squadron, at 321 Manor Road, Castleton Corners, Staten ...
State Armory (Springfield, Massachusetts)
... State Armory is a historic armory at 29 Howard Street in Springfield, Massachusetts. ...
Armory
... Armory or armoury may mean Armory (military), a military location used for the storage of arms and ammunition Armory (heraldry), the study of coats of arms Armory (c ...
Amsterdam Castle
... Amsterdam Castle, also known as the Amsterdam Armory, was built in 1895 by Isaac G ... Perry, and is a former National Guard Armory located in Amsterdam, NY ... in use as active armories, and Amsterdam Castle is the only armory converted into a private residence ...

More definitions of "armory":

  • (noun): A military structure where arms and ammunition and other military equipment are stored and training is given in the use of arms.
    Synonyms: arsenal, armoury
  • (noun): All the weapons and equipment that a country has.
    Synonyms: arsenal, armoury
  • (noun): A place where arms are manufactured.
    Synonyms: armoury, arsenal

Famous quotes containing the word armory:

    To these men
    The landscape is an armory of powers,
    Which, one by one, they know how to draw and use.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)