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armoury

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharmouryar‧mour‧y British English, armory American English /ˈɑːməri $ ˈɑːr-/ noun (plural armouries) [countable]  1 WEAPONa place where weapons are stored2 all the skills, information etc someone has available to achieve something Interest rates have become powerful weapons in the government’s armoury.
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armouryThese techniques now provide the analyst with a formidable armoury with which to attack the many scientific problems associated with art research.But many caddies offer a great deal more and look upon themselves as vital components in the professional golfer's armoury.Cecil, fetch the assault cannon from the armoury.He had a key to the armoury, but not one to the ammunition safe.Few women have anything so remarkable in their armoury.They have three weapons in their armoury.
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