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Definition of Armories

Armories
Armory Ar"mo*ry, n.; pl. Armories. [OF. armaire, armarie, F. armoire, fr. L. armarium place for keeping arms; but confused with F. armoiries. See Armorial, Ambry.] 1. A place where arms and instruments of war are deposited for safe keeping. 2. Armor; defensive and offensive arms. Celestial armory, shields, helms, and spears. --Milton. 3. A manufactory of arms, as rifles, muskets, pistols, bayonets, swords. [U.S.] 4. Ensigns armorial; armorial bearings. --Spenser. 5. That branch of heraldry which treats of coat armor. The science of heraldry, or, more justly speaking, armory, which is but one branch of heraldry, is, without doubt, of very ancient origin. --Cussans.

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- The Toronto Armories, also known as the University Avenue Armories and the Toronto Drill Hall, was an 1894 armoury building in downtown Toronto, Ontario...
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- The New Haven Armory (also known as the Goffe Street Armory) is a historic building at 270–290 Goffe Street in the Dixwell neighborhood of New Haven,...
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- BUL Armory is an Israeli handgun manufacturer. BUL Armory manufactures CZ 75 and M1911 clones and is known particularly for its BUL M-5. BUL was founded...
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