trademark a lightweight high-velocity rifle of various calibres, capable of automatic and semiautomatic operation
armalite radar—used as proximity warning device for aircraft.
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the and equipment with which a military unit or military apparatus is supplied. a land, sea, or air force equipped for war. (def 5). Usually, armaments. military strength collectively: the armaments race; a country without armaments. the process of equipping or for war. Contemporary Examples “We stress that such a system, even in theory, is […]
Armand Jean du Plessis [ar-mahn zhahn dy ple-see] /arˈmɑ̃ ʒɑ̃ dü plɛˈsi/ (Show IPA), Duc de, 1585–1642, French cardinal and statesman. a river in SE Canada, in Quebec, flowing N from Lake Champlain to the St. Lawrence. 210 miles (340 km) long. Historical Examples But before he died Richelieu received a visit from his king […]
a male given name, French form of . Contemporary Examples Next, have you ever heard of Snoop, Willie or Armand Hammer? Texas Sheriff’s Department to Fiona Apple: “Shut Up and Sing” Megan McArdle September 24, 2012 Historical Examples Were he alone with Armand, he would hurl himself at him and try to kill him, barehanded. […]
Armande Hippolyte Louis [ar-mahn ee-paw-leet lwee] /arˈmɑ̃ i pɔˈlit lwi/ (Show IPA), 1819–96, French physicist. Historical Examples The velocity of light was experimentally found, in 1862, by Fizeau and Foucault, each using an independent method. History of Astronomy George Forbes I shall endeavor to make the principle of Fizeau’s apparatus clear to you. Popular scientific […]