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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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Cow Face Arms Pose brings flexibility as well as warmth into your shoulders so do it next several times without holding it for very long.
Stand with your feet together and your arms by your sides, palms by your outer legs.
destruction of excess small arms had been largely an ad hoc effort.
engagement on global small arms efforts grew during the late 1990s, interest in concrete measures to mitigate their harmful effects turned to the issue of eliminating recirculating and surplus stocks in areas of concern.
With every action of the arms, there is an equal and opposite action of the legs.
Echoing the pope's condemnation of the arms trade in his 1987 encyclical on social concern, Sollicitudo Rei Socialis, the U.
In late 1997 and early 1998, planes laden with arms departed from the Ukraine and flew to Peshawar in Pakistan.
arms policy is that it diverts much needed funds from economic development in the fields of health, education, agriculture and transportation.
ARMs are particularly appropriate in the current economy, when short-term yields are low but are beginning to move up again as the economy improves.
Lateral Arm Raise - from a starting position with the arms straight at the side, raise them to a position at or slightly higher than parallel to the floor.
Attacking the global illicit trade in small arms and light weapons is an important initiative which the international community should, indeed must, address because of its wide ranging effects.
ARMs microprocessor cores are rapidly becoming the volume RISC standard in such markets as portable communications, hand-held computing, multimedia digital consumer and embedded solutions.
Push off on back and glide and flutter kick (dolphin kick optional) with arms extended as in prone glide (streamlining, 20-40 feet).
TransEDA today announced that its Verification Navigator(TM) integrated design verification environment is being used by ARM (LSE:ARM); (Nasdaq:ARMHY) to help reduce the risk of functional errors in the companys microprocessor cores and to achieve the highest possible degree of design confidence.
ARM, the industry's leading provider of microprocessor technology, required a content management system that would drive customer satisfaction through the delivery of fast and accurate information on their website.