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Correct spelling for ARMOMAS
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Possible correct spellings for armomas
- Arms(Definition of arms)
- Armories(Definition of Armories)
"yes, i know-miss eunice," said amos.
These gables are generally outlined with white lines and ornamented in execrable taste; many have coarse arabesques painted in relief on plaster.
Some body armors utilize alumina ceramic plates, usually in combination with aramid or uhmwpe backing to achieve effectiveness against even most rifle threats.
Hold up a bit longer, and i will see you safe in your father's arms."
Actin comprises 2% of the total amount of proteins in hepatocytes, 10% in fibroblasts, 15% in amoebas and up to 50-80% in activated platelets.
It was not russia, whose armies were quite worn out.
Knowing, however, that edward was preparing to oppose them, the spaniards filled up their complement of men, strengthened themselves by all sorts of the war machines then in use, and started on their return for spain with one of the most powerful armadas that had ever put to sea.
The armories in which the ordnance and ammunition for this warfare are prepared, consist, so far as this country is concerned, of certain establishments, vast in their extent and capacity, though unpretending in external appearance, which are situated in the upper part of the city of new york, on the shores of the east river.
These structures were rapidly erected, and machinists, founders, blacksmiths, tinners, harness makers, armorers, etc., and the various material required, were gathered from all available sources.
I knew better than any one the amours of the emperor.
Dishes that include oak-influenced flavors and aromas normally found in cabernet sauvignon—such as dill weed, brown sugar, nutmeg and vanilla—can also pair well.
That is what you would expect for water is made up of molecules which in turn are formed by two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen.