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A heavy war spear which he sometimes carried in one hand and again slung by a thong about his neck so that it hung down his back completed his armament and his apparel.
The latter, made cautious because of his lesser bulk and the inferiority of his natural armament, followed similar tactics.
His own method of fighting seemed best fitted to his build and to his armament.
Such was the successless armament of Xerxes described by Herodotus, or the successful expedition of Alexander related by Arrian.
It was as much injured by its charges in fitting out an armament against the Spaniards, during the time of the Armada, as by the fines and confiscations levied on it by Elizabeth for harbouring of priests, obstinate recusancy, and popish misdoings.
We each held ready to use our various armaments, the spiritual in the left hand, the mortal in the right.
You came from a country where he must be very much talked of, and I know that his armaments against France greatly engage the attention of your friend the cardinal.
Many speakers to the House the other night in the debate on the reduction of armaments seemed to show a most lamentable ignorance of the conditions under which the British Empire maintains its existence.
The remaining parties soon completed their several armaments.
The whole question of improved armaments has been approached by the governments of the earth in a spirit of nervous and unreflecting haste, whereas the right way was lying plainly before them, and had only to be pursued with calm determination.
And then suddenly, into a world peacefully busied for the most part upon armaments and the perfection of explosives, war came; came the shock of realising that the guns were going off, that the masses of inflammable material all over the world were at last ablaze.
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