Leading Clerics Defy Ayatollah on Disputed Iran Election
By MICHAEL SLACKMAN and NAZILA FATHI
The most important group of religious leaders in Iran called for the results to be thrown out, the most public sign of a major split in the clerical establishment.
每個修道院或寺院都有個小港接收來自海上的補給，稱作 "arsanas" (來自拉丁文 "arsenal" )，常常築於堅固的高塔。
111 Nations, Minus the U.S., Agree to Cluster-Bomb Ban
LONDON, May 28 -- More than 100 countries reached agreement Wednesday to ban cluster bombs, controversial weapons that human rights groups deplore but that the United States, which did not join the ban, calls an integral, legitimate part of its arsenal.
(By Kevin Sullivan and Josh White, The Washington Post)
1 a building where weapons and military equipment are stored:
The army planned to attack enemy arsenals.
2 a collection of weapons:
The country has agreed to reduce its nuclear arsenal.
- A governmental establishment for the storing, development, manufacturing, testing, or repairing of arms, ammunition, and other war materiel.
- A stock of weapons.
- A store or supply: an arsenal of retorts.
[Italian arsenale, from obsolete arzanale, darsena, from Arabic aṣ ṣinā‘a, manufacture, industry, and dār-aṣ-ṣinā‘a, place of manufacture : dār, house (from dāra, to turn, revolve) + al-, the + ṣinā‘a, manufacture (from ṣana‘a, to make).]
- The act of establishing.
- The condition or fact of being established.
- Something established, as:
- An arranged order or system, especially a legal code.
- A permanent civil, political, or military organization.
- An established church.
- A place of residence or business with its possessions and staff.
- A public or private institution, such as a hospital or school.
- often Establishment An established social order, as:
- A group of people holding most of the power and influence in a government or society. Often used with the.
- A controlling group in a given field of activity. Often used with the.
past tense: weaponized; past participle: weaponized