Definition: storage place for military equipment
Definition: storage place for military equipment
Sentences Containing 'arsenal'
These are the Government workshops; for the Rock Island establishment is a national armory and arsenal.
Tweedy played as a guest for both Arsenal and Hibernian in the intervening years.
Durham has been a long critic of Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger.
Durham describes the Arsenal invincibles team of 2004 as "overrated".
Arsenal Pulp Press released the book in the fall of 2012.
While Arsenal were also looking at him after they had missed out on signing Baptista, some news organisations had reported that Arsenal had already signed Samaras and that he would join at the end of the season.
In January 2006, Arsenal and Manchester City showed interest in signing the striker.
Andrews made his home debut against Arsenal, on his 28th birthday, Arsenal went on to win the match 4–0.
Until the extension to Woolwich Arsenal, this station was the reason for this branch.
Arsenal. Born in Lambeth, London, Ayling joined Arsenal at the age of 10, despite being a loyal Chelsea fan, progressing through the Arsenal youth sides, playing alongside Jack Wilshere, before signing scholarship forms with the club in the summer of 2007.
In June 2009, Ayling signed his first professional contract with Arsenal. Yeovil Town.
He graduated in 1875 and transferred to the Tula Arsenal where he became the head of the machining division.
The Armoury () in Innsbruck, Austria, is a former military arsenal that is now a museum.
Arsenal manager Herbert Chapman was honorary president of Chirnside United until his death in 1934.
He was Managing Director of Arsenal Football Club between 2000 and 2008.
In 2007 Keith became club President of the Arsenal Ladies team, a position previously held by David Dein until he left Arsenal FC in April of that year.
He played for Arsenal Kyiv in the Ukrainian Premier League on loan from Dynamo Kyiv.
With the help of the Kiev Arsenal Uprising, the Bolsheviks captured the city on 26 January.
The regimental arsenal is relocated at Bagn Bygdesamling.
The regimental arsenal is now relocated to Hadeland Folkemuseum.
Leicester City 6–6 Arsenal (21 April 1930)
Arsenal played in the FA Cup final later in the same week.
Arsenal went on to lift the trophy, defeating Huddersfield Town 2–0.
This was the closest championship win in English league history at the time, with Arsenal claiming the title by just 0.099 of a goal. Both Arsenal and Preston had identical records aside from their goal averages.
Arsenal won its first Primera División championship in 2012.
The club were founded near to where the country's military arsenal was housed, which inspired the name.
On 6 September 2006, Arsenal and Spanish club FC Barcelona (Barça) struck a deal whereby in exchange for the option to acquire young players that have not played more than one year in the Arsenal first team, Barça would help to improve Arsenal's infrastructure.
This deal, however, fell through in 2007, reportedly because Arsenal could not afford the infrastructure to keep up with the plan.
In total he played 59 times for Arsenal, scoring three times.
Alexander had trained at the Army's Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland, and was familiar with some of the effects of mustard gas.
Rumford had observed the frictional heat generated by boring cannon at the arsenal in Munich.
Arsenal defeated Liverpool 2–0 in the final game of the season to win the championship.
The quarter took its name from a large arsenal for military engines ("mangana").
The club has a close relationship with England's Arsenal Football Club.
Mackie played two more seasons for Arsenal, mostly in the reserves, before leaving for Portsmouth in 1928.
Traquair is a lifelong fan of Arsenal and is a member of the Arsenal Scotland Supporters Club.
Arsenal. Mérida scored in his first-team debut for Arsenal in a friendly against Boreham Wood in August 2006.
He also played for both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal. Career.
He spent just one full season with Spurs before joining Woolwich Arsenal (now Arsenal).
However, he did not play for Arsenal at any level.
Cardiff met Arsenal in the final at Wembley Stadium.
Arsenal caught up in bungs scandal and drugs controversy.
Arsenal were another Premiership club to be hit by controversy in the 1994-95 season.
During his career, he played as a striker for Celtic, Arsenal, Aberdeen and Clyde, and the Scottish national team.
He played 321 matches for Arsenal in total, scoring 95 goals.
He started his professional career with Arsenal where he came through the club's youth setup.
Arsenal. Rankin started his career playing for Arsenal as a youngster, and he was promoted to be the first team squad in the summer of 1996.
Brune did not surrender the city and its naval arsenal until 31 July.
The regimental arsenal building or Tent house ("Telthus") has been relocated to Hadeland Folkemuseum.
He play in a friendly match against Arsenal in 1999.
More Vocab Wordsqualify - reach a necessary standard; limit the meaning of something stated
irascible - irritable; easily angered
avert - prevent; avoid; turn away (eyes or thought); Ex. An accident was averted by his quick thinking; Ex. She averted her eyes from the terrible sight.
fathom - comprehend; investigate; determine the depth of; N. unit of measurement for the depth of water
infallible - unerring; never making mistakes
preponderance - superiority of power, quantity, etc.; V. preponderate: be greater in power, weight, or importance; ADJ. preponderant
impale - pierce (with a sharp point); Ex. impaled by the spear
temperament - characteristic frame of mind; disposition; emotional excess; ADJ. temperamental: of temperament; having frequent changes of temper; Ex. temperamental dislike of sports; Ex. temperamental actress
foray - raid; sudden raid or military advance; V.
catalyst - agent which brings about a chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged; CF. catalysis