Place of arms

(Mil.) a place calculated for the rendezvous of men in arms, etc., as a fort which affords a safe retreat for hospitals, magazines, etc.

See also: Place

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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At that moment a bugle from the Place of Arms began sounding clearly, and was taken up through the town; and amidst the drums of the infantry, and the shrill pipes of the Scotch, the whole city awoke.
He continued that our troops are pursuing Daash elements without media noise, and in recent days there has been planning and fighting, liberation and progress for 100 kilometers and this is important avenge from the terrorist gangs that we will defeat them and clear all our land very soon, if God willing." Al-Abadi warned Daash and those who backed and promoted them that "we will elemenate them, some tried trading with the blood of Iraqis and exploit it and we will not allow them." He pointed out that "the place of arms on the battlefield, not in Baghdad and our heroine ongoing to liberate the land and from victory to victory, if God willing," ./End