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weapon

any part of an animal that is used to defend itself, to attack prey, etc., such as claws, teeth, horns, or a sting

What does it mean when you dream about a weapon?

Weapons are usually symbols of aggression, either aimed toward, or exhibited by, the dreamer. Weapons may also represent inner struggle and conflict.

weapon

[′wep·ən]
(ordnance)
An instrument of combat, either offensive or defensive, used to destroy, injure, defeat, or threaten an enemy; for example, a gun, bayonet, bomb, or missile.
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Other examples of males investing in weaponry are antlers in red deer, horns in dung beetles, spurs in pheasants and canine teeth in primates.
Panama will ask a United Nations technical support team to inspect the cargo to determine what type of weaponry it is.
Faraday spent 14 years with Bushmaster and made it very clear that Windham Weaponry doesn't wish to just be Bushmaster 2.
A group of Maine investors announces the formation of a new company, Windham Weaponry Inc.
It so happened that our meeting with Moroccan counterparts took place at the very same hour that the UN Security Council was adopting a resolution on the spread of weaponry from Libya where the conflict made its stockpiles practically ownerless," Churkin said.
Summary: 16,000 items of weaponry worth 16 million dirhams ($4.
Speaking in the Russian weaponry industry's heartland of Votkinsk, last night, Putin said these investments will be pumped into a high-tech sphere, according to Qatar News Agency (QNA).
SWAT/MINGORA, March 07, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Security Forces killed five extremists when several tried to enter Swat from Dir and a security man injured in a clash whereas five mysterious men and weaponry captured in a search operation in Hangu hereon Sunday.
NNA - 12/02/2011 Future Bloc MP Nouhad Mashnouq said Saturday that March 14 Camp had 3 basic demands: Constitution; STL; illegal weaponry.
Over 500 global brands in weaponry and equipment manufacturing from 30 countries will be showcasing their latest products at the upcoming Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (Adihex) 2010.
Prosecutors say that Eduardo Dos Santos, Angola's president, had contacted Gaydamak and Falcone to arrange the arms shipments after France refused to sell him any weaponry.
Some weaponry is supplied directly - military equipment valued at pounds 24million in the first two quarters of 2008, was licensed for export from the UK.