ARMIS

AcronymDefinition
ARMISAdhoc Reports Management Information System
ARMISAutomated Reporting and Management Information System (FCC)
References in classic literature ?
Nay, number (itself) in armies importeth not much, where the people is of weak courage; for (as Virgil saith) It never troubles a wolf, how many the sheep be.
But in ancient times, the trophies erected upon the place of the victory; the funeral laudatives and monuments for those that died in the wars; the crowns and garlands personal; the style of emperor, which the great kings of the world after borrowed; the triumphs of the generals, upon their return; the great donatives and largesses, upon the disbanding of the armies; were things able to inflame all men's courages.
(24) <<Sed postquam Sisebutus princeps regni sumpsit sceptra, ad tantam felicitatis virtutem provecti sunt, ut non solum terras, sed et ipsa maria suis armis adeant subactusque serviat illis Romanus miles, quibus servire tot gentes et ipsam Spaniam videt>>.
Raiding intended for procuring booty could lead in irregular fashion to actual conquest, and raiders sometimes avoided fortified settlements at first and, pressed for provisions like other raiding armies, aimed at easier, more quickly dominated settlements of lesser symbolic significance.
The reason why vi et armis is so powerful is that the question answers itself, and it does so with the same clarity today that it did so many years ago.
Armis reported that some the devices use different variants of Linux and Android.
Quoad enim in se fuit, hortari aggressus est ut, captis armis, veteris romani populi et nominis et libertatis meminissent.
235Accingunt omnes operi pedibusque rotarum subiciunt lapsus, et stuppea uincula collo intendunt ; scandit fatalis machina muros feta armis. Pueri circum innuptaeque puellae sacra canunt funemque manu contingere gaudent ; 240illa subit mediaeque minans inlabitur urbi.
remedia, nisi novum et nutantem adhuc principem precibus vel armis
(30) GRATTIUS, Cynegeticon 269-278: Sint celsi uultus, sint hirtae frontibus aures,/ os magnum et pabulis agitatos naribus ignes/ spirent, adstricti succingant ilia uentres,/ cauda breuis longumque latus discretaque collo/ caesaries neu pexa nimis neu frigoris illa/ impatiens; ualidis tum surgat pectus ab armis,/ quod magnos capiat motus magnisque supersit./ Effuge qui lata pandit uestigia planta:/ mollis in officio.
ita barbariem occupauit, ut ab iniuriis temperarent, feriarentur ab armis, iustitiam colerent, et ciuilem sibi inuicem impertirent affectum, John of Salisbury, Policraticus, 5.3, Webb, 2.285.
Nunc eadem Nili tua signa tremiscunt Virtuteque nouis ueteres cumulare triumphos Incipies uictor atque insultabis in armis, Ac uere Caesar, Caesar diceris ubique.