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arm (someone against someone or something) (with something)

to equip someone with whatever is needed to fight against someone or something. They armed themselves against the enemy with guns and ammunition. The government armed the soldiers with the new guns.

arm

n. a police officer. (see also long arm of the law.) What’ll you do if the arms come in while you’re sawing the bars of your cell?
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The Small Arms/Light Weapons policy outlined above does not preclude government-to-government sales or EDA grants of military small arms to countries in regions of concern, but it is a factor the Department of State weighs heavily in making decisions on such transfers.
policy on small arms and light weapons proliferation and critical infrastructure protection.
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Conversely, the action of the trail arm dictates the speed and action of the trail leg.
Powers cites Pakistan, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines as probable immediate beneficiaries of any loosening of arms sales restrictions.
In 1989, the then Soviet Union was the planet's major weapons supplier, exporting nearly $20 billion in arms to Warsaw Pact and other client states--most in the developing world.
However, private brokers are essential in moving weapons to regimes under international embargoes or to insurgents or terrorists who have no legal means of purchasing arms.
During the Cold War, a small number of arms dealers with close ties to the CIA or KGB dominated the private weapons trade.
Sadowski not only describes the specific policies initiated by various Arab governments, but he also explains the circumstances that could scuttle the implementation of arms control in the region.
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For the purpose of this discussion, we will focus on the muscles that have the most profound effects on arm movement.
panel of governmental experts that laws and procedures governing the possession of small arms by civilians are properly left to individual member states.
As a member of ARM's ATAP program, Barco Silex is able to increase our abilities to provide high-quality ARM core-based designs and offer our customers the technical expertise they require for their rapidly increasing time-to-market requirements," said Geert Decorte, business development, Barco Silex.
Streamlining with dolphin kick, using two kicks to one arm pull (both arms) - breathing every other stroke - (breathing to fight, left, center options), 25-50 yards, two-hand touch.
Rhythmyx has provided ARM with a solution that can propel its business growth and further customer satisfaction.