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ARMAdjustable Rate Mortgage
ARMAnti-Radiation Missile
ARMAtmospheric Radiation Measurement (Program)
ARMApplication Response Measurement
ARMArmenian
ARMAssociate in Risk Management (Insurance Institute of America)
ARMArmored
ARMAccredited Residential Manager (Real Estate Institute of Canada accreditation)
ARMAccounts Receivable Management
ARMArmament
ARMAnnual Research Meeting
ARMArmagh
ARMArizona Railway Museum (Chandler, AZ)
ARMAzure Resource Manager (software)
ARMArchives and Records Management
ARMArvinMeritor Inc (stock symbol)
ARMAdult Role Model
ARMAllergy Relief Medicine
ARMApproved Reporting Mechanism (finance)
ARMAdvanced Resource Management (various locations)
ARMAdvantage Risk Management Co., Ltd (insurance; Japan)
ARMAssociation of Radical Midwives (UK)
ARMAccount Relationship Manager (various companies)
ARMAmerican Reverse Mortgage (loan)
ARMAuto Repair Manual
ARMAlliance for Responsible Mining (est. 2004)
ARMAge-Related Maculopathy (ophthalmology)
ARMAvailability, Reliability, and Maintenance
ARMAdministrative Rules of Montana
ARMAustralian Racing Museum
ARMApplication Recovery Manager
ARMActive Roll Mitigation
ARMActive Resource Management
ARMAtm Router Module
ARMActivity Reporting Module
ARMAdvanced Risc Machine
ARMApu Resource Manager
ARMAdvanced Recovery Mode
ARMAutomatic Restart Manager
ARMAlarm Relay Module
ARMAutomated Removable Media
ARMAccount Resource Manager
ARMAssociation for Research on Mothering
ARMAustralian Republican Movement
ARMAssociation Rule Mining (algorithm)
ARMAda Reference Manual
ARMAnnotated Reference Manual
ARMAssociation of Rotational Molders
ARMAlways Remember Me
ARMAsynchronous Response Mode
ARMAlaska Retirement Management
ARMAnimal Rights Militia (extremist group)
ARMAdaptive Resource Management
ARMAdaptive and Reflective Middleware (Workshop)
ARMArtificial Rupture of Membranes (amniotomy)
ARMAssistant Regional Manager
ARMActive Risk Manager
ARMAustralian Resource Management (Brisbane, Australia)
ARMAfrikaner Resistance Movement (South Africa)
ARMAngiographie par Résonance Magnétique (French: Magnetic Resonance Angiography; medical imaging)
ARMAnorectal Manometry
ARMApplication Reference Model
ARMAccredited Resident Manager
ARMArmed Resistance Movement (South Africa)
ARMAsteroid Return Mission (US NASA)
ARMApplication Resource Manager
ARMAcadémie Royale Militaire (French: Royal Military Academy)
ARMActive Registry Monitor
ARMAnhysteretic Remanent Magnetization
ARMAstaro Report Manager (business software)
ARMAfrican Resistance Movement
ARMAfrica Reparations Movement
ARMAlliance Réformée Mondiale (French: World Alliance of Reformed Churches)
ARMAssociation des Réservistes de la Marine (French: Association of Marine Reservists)
ARMAccord de Reconnaissance Mutuelle (French: Mutual Recognition Agreement; Canada)
ARMAssociation of Railway Museums
ARMAcquisition Risk Management
ARMAvailability, Reliability, Maintainability
ARMAutomated Records Management
ARMAtmospheric Radiation Monitoring
ARMAir Resources Management
ARMAlianza Reformada Mundial (Spanish: Reformed Alliance World-wide)
ARMAmerican Rehabilitation Ministries
ARMAccountability Research and Measurement
ARMAutomated Requirement Measurement
ARMAircraft Readiness Model (US DoD developed software)
ARMAdvanced Robot Motion
ARMAmalgamated Regional Militia
ARMActive Reliable Multicast
ARMArmidale, New South Wales, Australia - Armidale (Airport Code)
ARMAssociation of Recovering Motorcyclists
ARMActive Reconfiguring Message
ARMActive Region Monitor
ARMArea Radiation Monitor
ARMARM (not an acronym; originally Acorn RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) Machine; computer architecture)
ARMApple Rejected Me (website)
ARMAtomic Resolution Microscope
ARMAnti-Robot Militia
ARMAcademy for Ranch Management
ARMAahh Real Monsters (Nickelodeon TV show)
ARMAssociation of Responsible Media (various locations)
ARMAccelerated Reply Mail
ARMArmada de la República Mexicana
ARMAthénée Royal de Mons
ARMAssociated Radio Manufacturers (lobbyist group for radio standards; established 1924)
ARMActive Revenue Management (Convergys)
ARMArtillery, Rockets, and Mortars
ARMAircraft Armorer
ARMAfter Receipt of Material
ARMAutomatic Resource Manager
ARMAnalyse du Risque Médical (French: Analysis of Medical Risk; Nice, France)
ARMAir Release Mechanism
ARMAda Requirements Methodology
ARMAdaptive Reliable Multicast (wireless protocol)
ARMArray Regulator Module
ARMAutoCAD Reference Manual
ARMAdvanced RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) Machine (now ARM)
ARMArea Revenue Manager
ARMArmy Ready Materiel
ARMAutomatic Reel Mounting
ARMAeromedical Readiness Mission
ARMADP Resources Manager
ARMAutomatic Remote Mode
ARMArithmetic Relevance Matrix
ARMAdministrative Reference Manual
ARMArgentina Moneda Nacional (national currency since 1899; replaced by Ley 1970)
ARMAutomatic Route Management
ARMArea Remote Multiplexer
ARMAviation Resource Manager (USAF)
ARMArc-Second Raster Map
ARMAirborne Radio Maintenance
ARMAggregation and Refinement-based Modeling
ARMAcronym Reference Manual
ARMAmerican-Russian Matchmaking
ARMAir Request Manager
ARMAutomated Re-Hosting Manager
ARMAccounting Record Modifier
ARMAircraft Restrictions Manual
ARMAmmunition Requirement and Movement
ARMAviation Rockets & Missiles
ARMAntenna Restraint Mechanism
ARMAgency Resources Manager (insurance)
ARMAfghanistan Reconstruction Movement
ARMAuto Rétro Mosan (French; Belgian vintage car club)
ARMAssisting Retired Missionaries
ARMAcorn RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) Machine (now ARM)
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cried the captain; he never drinks it; it's a sort of fits to him; fresh water throws him into the hydrophobia; but go on --go on with the arm story.
He came forward and took my arm. "Blood on the sleeve," said he, and rolled back the flannel.
When he became aware that his arm was broken, this man, so harsh to others, fell swooning on the threshold, where he remained motionless and cold, as if dead.
He crouched alongside of him, right arm drawn back and ready for a smashing blow the instant Joe should start to rise.
I remember then how they mustered in the bailey, even as they do now, and my lady-mother holding me in her arms at this very window that I might see the show."
The creatures were about ten or fifteen feet tall, standing erect, and had, like the green Martians, an intermediary set of arms or legs, midway between their upper and lower limbs.
"Do you think so?" Martin queried absently, for to him there was only one beautiful woman in the world, and she was beside him, her hand upon his arm.
Adam got up, blushing like a small maiden--great strong fellow as he was--and, putting his arm round Hetty stooped down and gently kissed her lips.
Stand still in bright array ye Saints, here stand Ye Angels arm'd, this day from Battel rest; Faithful hath been your Warfare, and of God Accepted, fearless in his righteous Cause, And as ye have receivd, so have ye don Invincibly; but of this cursed crew The punishment to other hand belongs, Vengeance is his, or whose he sole appoints; Number to this dayes work is not ordain'd Nor multitude, stand onely and behold Gods indignation on these Godless pourd By mee; not you but mee they have despis'd, Yet envied; against mee is all thir rage, Because the Father, t' whom in Heav'n supream Kingdom and Power and Glorie appertains, Hath honourd me according to his will.
I say, therefore, that the arms with which a prince defends his state are either his own, or they are mercenaries, auxiliaries, or mixed.
The same spirit of legislation prevailed with respect to their bearing arms and their gymnastic exercises; for the poor are excused if they have no arms, but the rich are fined; the same method takes place if they do not attend their gymnastic exercises, there is no penalty on one, but there is on the other: the consequence of which is, that the fear of this penalty induces the rich to keep the one and attend the other, while the poor do neither.
Hearing this Dorothea covered her face, and Cardenio retreated into Don Quixote's room, and they hardly had time to do so before the whole party the host had described entered the inn, and the four that were on horseback, who were of highbred appearance and bearing, dismounted, and came forward to take down the woman who rode on the side-saddle, and one of them taking her in his arms placed her in a chair that stood at the entrance of the room where Cardenio had hidden himself.