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Since 2017, a new biologic has been added to our armory on almost an annual basis, and the number of patients with uncontrolled asthma has gotten smaller and smaller.
When the United States entered World War I in 1917, millions of Americans left rural areas to find war work in armories, shipyards and garment factories in major cities.
This is where the conversation gets really interesting, when we start imagining that the bad guys have AI within their armory.
The movie shot a few days inside the Armory, and Franco was given a crash course in the world of Kink.com.
In the film, the humans have amassed a giant armory of weapons, which makes the apes very on-edge, and leads to them revolting.
His first moves were sensible enough, given the small number of his force and the sprawling size of the armory.
Today, as the soldiers of the 69th gather in the armory after the parade, they will remember the fallen in their own way.
The Armory Show is back, with exhibitions and events planned across the city.
I know 'em all, for I took care of their hall,—their armory,—and they made me hoist the flag one day union down.
They broke the locks with tools, captured Whelan, and took possession of the Armory and also of the Arsenal outside.
Every rifle, every fowling-piece had its story, and there were many of them; for Darling boasted a veritable armory.
Later in the evening they held street services for the benefit of the workingmen near the Armory and relief tents.
A greater number than the capacity of the armory would admit of drilling at one time, presented themselves daily.
On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to armory, such as: depot, headquarters, arsenal, center, dump, and factory.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.