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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 court heard Armer had been informed of the risk of cot death following Joel's birth and on at least one other occasion.
Clr Armer said: "It's not so much an open field as an empty field.
I asked Bill Armer if he would respect a referendum result which resulted in the reintroduction of hanging, drawing and quartering.
Armer,of Pulford Street,Everton, was again remanded in custody by Judge John Roberts for sentence on June 29.
Armer,formerly of Pulford Street,Everton, was remanded in custody to appear before a judge in Liverpool.
Playing with words BILL Armer attempts to refine, in his second letter on the subject, his position on the nature of the EU referendum.
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Kellie Armer, 22, pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to a charge of cruelty to Joel Prescott, who died in 2002.
ACCORDING to Bill Armer "there is no such thing as a 'wrong' democratic decision.
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