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ARMSAlveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma (cancer)
ARMSAMDF (Army Master Data File) Retrieval Microform System
ARMSAtlantic Research Marketing Systems
ARMSAutomated Records Management System
ARMSAgricultural Resource Management Study
ARMSAviation Reconfigurable Manned Simulator
ARMSAnimal Records Management System (software)
ARMSAdvanced Respiratory Monitoring System
ARMSAviation Resource Management Survey
ARMSArcadia Middle School
ARMSAnnual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium
ARMSArmament Retooling Manufacturing Support (US Army)
ARMSArchitecture for Reliable Managed Storage
ARMSAviation Resource Management System
ARMSAutomatic Records Management System
ARMSAutomated Review Management System (USACE)
ARMSAutomated Review Management System
ARMSAerial Reconnaissance Multi-Sensor (US DoD)
ARMSAdvocates Reforming Medical Standards
ARMSArea Radiation Monitoring System
ARMSAccess Request Management System (Sprint)
ARMSArmy Readiness Management System
ARMSAmerican River Management Society
ARMSAgile Remote Mission Squad (gaming)
ARMSAsset Redeployment Management System (EquipNet)
ARMSAutomation Resource Management System
ARMSAutomated Requisition Management System
ARMSAdvanced Real-time Ramp Metering System
ARMSAlliance for Regional Military Support
ARMSAutomated Requirements Management System
ARMSAPSAC Reocclusion Multicenter Study
ARMSAutomated Resources Management System
ARMSAdvanced Robotics Manipulation System
ARMSAutomated Robotic Maintenance System
ARMSAircrew Resource Management System
ARMSAir Refueling Management System
ARMSAutomated Retrieval Mail Service
ARMSAutonomic Replication Management Service
ARMSAutomated Reticle Metrology System
ARMSAerial Radiological Measurement and Survey
ARMSAccounting Record Management System
ARMSAutomated Request Management System
ARMSAutonomous Reacquisition Manipulator System (US Office of Naval Research)
ARMSAmmunition Reporting Management System
ARMSAutomated Routing and Maintenance System
ARMSAccepting Responsible Male Strengths
ARMSAll Radio Marketing Study
ARMSAutomatic Data Processing Equipment Resources Management System
ARMSAircraft Readiness Maintainability Simulator
ARMSAviation Resources Management System
References in classic literature ?
You must understand that the empire has recently come to be repudiated in Italy, that the Pope has acquired more temporal power, and that Italy has been divided up into more states, for the reason that many of the great cities took up arms against their nobles, who, formerly favoured by the emperor, were oppressing them, whilst the Church was favouring them so as to gain authority in temporal power: in many others their citizens became princes.
After these came all the other captains who till now have directed the arms of Italy; and the end of all their valour has been, that she has been overrun by Charles, robbed by Louis, ravaged by Ferdinand, and insulted by the Switzers.
He seized Joe in his arms, lifted him clear of the floor, and ran with him across the ring to his own corner.
He bore no arms save the long and heavy sword which hung at his saddle-bow; but Terlake carried in front of him the high wivern-crested bassinet, Ford the heavy ash spear with swallow-tail pennon, while Alleyne was entrusted with the emblazoned shield.
It struck him just below the knees, eliciting a howl of pain and rage, and so throwing him off his balance that he lunged full upon me with arms wide stretched to ease his fall.
And then he remembered that he loved her and was lost in amazement at his fortune that permitted him to love her and to take her on his arm to a lecture.
He, overwhelmed with confusion and astonishment, after regarding Dorothea for some moments with a fixed gaze, opened his arms, and, releasing Luscinda, exclaimed:
Now when fair Morn Orient in Heav'n appeerd Up rose the Victor Angels, and to Arms The matin Trumpet Sung: in Arms they stood Of Golden Panoplie, refulgent Host, Soon banded; others from the dawning Hills Lookd round, and Scouts each Coast light-armed scoure, Each quarter, to descrie the distant foe, Where lodg'd, or whither fled, or if for fight, In motion or in alt: him soon they met Under spred Ensignes moving nigh, in slow But firm Battalion; back with speediest Sail ZEPHIEL, of Cherubim the swiftest wing, Came flying, and in mid Aire aloud thus cri'd.
I was chiefly concerned about my arm. The incident seemed merely one more of many horrible things.
Gryphus recovered from his swoon, opened his eyes, and as his brutality was returning with his senses, he growled "That's it, a fellow is in a hurry to bring to a prisoner his supper, and falls and breaks his arm, and is left lying on the ground."
I succeeded in extracting a grunt; and presently, he drew back his arm, shook himself all over like a Newfoundland dog just from the water, and sat up in bed, stiff as a pike-staff, looking at me, and rubbing his eyes as if he did not altogether remember how I came to be there, though a dim consciousness of knowing something about me seemed slowly dawning over him.
I raise my arm to perform an action independently of any cause, but my wish to perform an action without a cause is the cause of my action.