[ahr–suh-nl, ahrs-nuhl] (plural arsenals)
- a place of storage or a magazine containing arms and military equipment for land or naval service.
- a government establishment where military equipment or munitions are manufactured.
- a collection or supply of weapons or munitions.
- a collection or supply of anything; store: He came to the meeting with an impressive arsenal of new research data.
(Bob Dylan’s New Morning; Dexter: Season Two; rosemary)
(Great Lake Swimmers’ Lost Channels; printable paper; water)
(The Orchestra Rocks; celery; Nicholas Kristof & interactive journalism)
(music from 1975; guilty reading pleasures; airplane watching)
(The “Mr. Flynn!” scene from Redbelt; Bigelow’s Fruit & Almond herbal tea; Bobby Bird)
(Newstalk; Scrubbing Bubbles; house numbers)
(The Smithereens Play Tommy; The Doobie Brothers’ Toulouse Street; The Church’s El Momento Siguiente)
(Rain; the library; The Dexateen’s Singlewide)
(Top Chef Masters; Researching my house; American Masters‘ “The American Novel”)
(The Golden Age of American Popular Music: The Jazz Hits from the Hot 100 1958-1966; Whale Rider; readthewords.com)
(Jim James’ Tribute To; Harvard Beats Yale 29-29; California Pizza Kitchen’s Garllic Chicken pizza)
(Portugal The Man’s The Satanic Satanist; David Mead’s Live at Eddie’s Attic 2/4/09; The Housemartins’ London 0 Hull 4)
(Beck’s Sea Change; Hem’s Twelfth Night; The Wooden Birds’ Magnolia)