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ARMET

[′är‚met]
(meteorology)
An international code word used to indicate an area forecast with units in the metric system.
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It's the latter that gets little attention, but is the reason Armet chose to build the Gurkha on a Ford F-550 platform, with parts easily sourced around the globe.
Armet claims a top speed of over 150 km/h, which for the sake of God, country and my license, I didn't attempt.
On the day, Armet will be joined by members of other re-enactment groups such as the Border Clansmen, the Company of St Margaret and Northern Alliance.
The Armet Dale Street 7H in Tarrant County, TX commenced production on June 3, 2009 and achieved a peak rate of 7.
Plans to mark the anniversary next year of the Battle of Flodden have seen history enthusiasts from across the country come together to set up the Armet group, which will re-create scenes from the early 16th century.
The Armet event will be run on Sunday, September 2, alongside the annual Etal Horticultural Show.
OTC Bulletin Board: SRCO) in following up on its strategic agreement with Armet Armored Vehicles, a global leader in the manufacturing of tactical armored and other specialty vehicles for governmental and other markets, is pleased to report a potential annual $5 million in Municipal Lease Purchase agreements generated from this relationship.
Armet Armored Vehicles focuses on a market that represents $1 billion dollars in the United States alone.
Part of the problem is that the data shows that there's a knowledge gap: People's interest in the options available to them is quite high, but their awareness of these options is quite low," said Elizabeth Armet, Vice President, Senior Account Executive at Roper Public Affairs.