armamentarium

The armoury or arsenal was a weapons store containing ballistae and bolts, onagri and slingshot, caches of gladii and pilae and other items of weaponry. They were sometimes built in long ranges along both sides of the courtyard in the principia, and in other forts they have been identified as separate buildings within the latera praetorii. The arma…...

armamentarium

(ahr″mә-men-tar´e-әm) the entire equipment of a practitioner, such as medicines, instruments, and books.
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armamentarium

[n] - the collection of equipment and methods used in the practice of medicine
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armamentarium

noun the collection of equipment and methods used in the practice of medicine
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armamentarium

armoury/arsenal Weapons stores containing ballistae and bolts, onagri and slingshot, caches of gladii and pilae and other items of weaponry. They were sometimes built in long ranges along both sides of the courtyard in the principia, and in other forts they have been identified as separate buildings within the latera praetorii. The armamentaria wer...
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armamentarium

collective equipment available to a doctor
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armamentarium

The collection of treatments available for a particular condition. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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armamentarium

Type: Term Pronunciation: ar′mă-men-tār′ē-ŭm Definitions: 1. All the therapeutic means available to the health practitioner for professional practice.
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Armamentarium

Weapons storage.
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