armory

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İngilizce - Türkçe
silahhane
(Askeri) SİLAH DEPOSU: Silahların depo, tecrübe ve muayene edildiği bina veya yer
{i} hanedan armacılığı
{i} silâh fabrikası
{i} tophane
silıh deposu
{i} tüfekhane
{i} silâh deposu
ABD silıh fabrikası
{i} cephanelik
armory training
(Askeri) DEPO EĞİTİMİ: Kara Ordusu Milli Muhafız Teşkilatı ve bu teşkilat mensupları tarafından, 32 sayılı Amerikan Kanunu 502 (a) (1) hükümlerine göre, Eyalet statüsü dahilinde, kendi garnizonlarında (devamlı uygulananlar dışında) yaptırılan eğitim görevi. Böyle bir görev, sırf şahıs lehine olarak, Federal hizmette gayri faal bir eğitim olarak kabul edilmiştir. 10 sayılı Amerikan Kanunu Kısım 101 (31) 'de gayri faal görev olarak tarif edilmiştir
armoury
silah fabrikası
armoury
silah deposu
armoury
cephane
armoury
{i} cephanelik
armoury
silah depo
armoury
{i} tüfekhane
armoury
{i} silâh fabrikası
armoury
{i} hanedan armacılığı
armoury
{i} tophane
armoury
{i} silâh deposu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Heraldry
A place where arms are kept, an arsenal
A collection of weapons and materiel
A place where arms are made
an arsenal
{n} a repository or place of arms, armor
Armor; defensive and offensive arms
That branch of heraldry which treats of coat armor
Heraldry is so called, because it first found its special use in direct connection with military equipments, knightly exercises, and the mêlée of actual battle "Some great man's badge of war or armory " Morris: Earthly Paradise, ii 167
{i} place where arms are manufactured; place where arms are stored, arsenal
a military structure where arms and ammunition and other military equipment are stored and training is given in the use of arms
a collection of resources; "he dipped into his intellectual armory to find an answer"
a place where arms are manufactured
The large meeting hall at the rear, or northeast side of the Shiloh complex
a place where arms are manufactured a collection of resources; "he dipped into his intellectual armory to find an answer
A manufactory of arms, as rifles, muskets, pistols, bayonets, swords
Heraldry is so called, because it first found its special use in direct connection with military equipments, knightly exercises, and the mêlée of actual battle "Some great man's badge of war or armory " Morris: Earthly Paradise, ii 167
A place where arms and instruments of war are deposited for safe keeping
Ensigns armorial; armorial bearings
all the weapons and equipment that a country has
Armory Show
formally International Exhibition of Modern Art Exhibition of painting and sculpture held in 1913 at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York City. Conceived by its organizers, the Association of American Painters and Sculptors, as a selection of works exclusively by U.S. artists, it evolved into a comprehensive look at current European art movements, due in part to the advanced vision of association president Arthur B. Davies. Of the 1,300 works assembled, one-third were European, tracing the evolution of modern art from Francisco de Goya to Marcel Duchamp and Vasily Kandinsky, with works representative of Impressionism, Symbolism, Post-Impressionism, Fauvism, and Cubism. Perhaps the most controversial work was Duchamp's nearly abstract Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 (1912). The U.S. artists featured were mainly members of the Ash Can school and The Eight. The show exposed the American public for the first time to advanced European art; American art suffered by contrast. The exhibition traveled to Chicago and Boston, establishing itself as a decisive event in the development of U.S. art and art collecting
Springfield Armory
Weapons factory established at Springfield, Mass. , by the U.S. Congress in 1794. It grew out of an arsenal established in Springfield by the Revolutionary government in 1777, the site being chosen partly for its inaccessibility to British forces. The armoury pioneered mass-production manufacturing techniques and produced weapons ranging from smoothbore muskets in its earliest days to the Springfield rifle and the M1 rifle of World War II, designed by John Garand. It closed in 1968 and is now a national historic site. See also armoury practice; Thomas Blanchard
armories
US, plural of armory
armouries
UK, plural of armoury
armoury
A place where arms are kept, an arsenal
armoury
a military structure where arms and ammunition and other military equipment are stored and training is given in the use of arms
armoury
In the United States, an armoury is a building used by the National Guard or Army Reserve for meetings and training
armoury
a place where arms are manufactured
armoury
{i} place where arms are manufactured; place where arms are stored, arsenal
armoury
A collection of weapons and materiel
armoury
all the weapons and equipment that a country has
armoury
An armoury is a factory where weapons are made
armoury
A building where the militia (army reserve) trains
armoury
An armoury is a place where weapons, bombs, and other military equipment are stored. = arsenal
armoury
a collection of resources; "he dipped into his intellectual armory to find an answer"
armoury
The place where armour is kept "But the sword Of Michael from the armoury of God Was given him " Milton: Paradise Lost, vi 320 See also vii 200
armoury
ar·moury armouries in AM, use armory1. A country's armoury is all the weapons and military equipment that it has. Nuclear weapons will play a less prominent part in NATO's armoury in the future
armoury
You can refer to a large number of things which someone has available for a particular purpose as their armoury. The strongest weapon in the government's armoury is the price cuts announced on Saturday = arsenal
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