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(arm'strong),
Arthur Riley, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: King-Armstrong unit.
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You and the young lady are worth more than Armstrong's obituary notices."
"Confound Armstrong's notices," cried Royce roughly.
Karen Armstrongs Fields of Blood may be an unconventional choice for traditional military historians; it is more a work of comparative religion than a work of military history, and attention to military matters of strategy, operations, or tactics is thin.
Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence, by Karen Armstrong. New York: Knopf, 2014.
In 1897, Armstrongs merged with the business of another great Victorian engineer, Sir Joseph Whitworth, and the company was renamed Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd.
Armstrong and Vickers are words which hark back to the glory days of British engineering excellence.
The Armstrongs report that their costs have increased dramatically in relation to revenue.
Tufts University in Massachusetts announced Wednesday that it has rescinded Lance Armstrong's honorary degree, the (http://sports.yahoo.com/news/tufts-rescinds-lance-armstrongs-honorary-175401197--spt.html) Associated Press reported.
William Watson-Armstrong was the grandson of the sister of Lord Armstrong, who built Cragside at Rothbury.
A series of images on his Web site illustrate televangelist Garner Ted Armstrong's belief that current events and ancient prophecy portend the world's imminent demise: World Trade Center towers in flames, an open Bible, goose-stepping soldiers, a newspaper headline that blares "Special forces prepare attack."
Armstrong Directed by Paula Kelly Buffalo Gal Pictures