The son raises his arms “as high as I can reach.”
Britain is a major supplier of arms to Saudi Arabia.
AVIC was ranked sixth biggest arms producer in the world.
A camera records the various shapes made by the user's hands and arms.
England and Belgium (especially Flanders) are rich in the rolls of arms.
Reached by phone, former House sergeant-at-arms Paul Irving declined to comment.
“Instead of looking at how we can prevent a full-out arms race, that’s our opening salvo?”
A widow: the woman's arms revert to the lozenge, detaining the deceased husband's impaled arms.
Abbeys, priories, and dioceses have their own arms, and high ecclesiastics have always impaled these with their personal arms.
In modern times in some countries the granting of arms to private persons has ceased, although grants of corporate arms are frequent.
According to the Small Arms Survey, a research group based in Geneva, illegal transactions, worth about $1 billion a year, account for 10-20% of the global trade in small arms.
The arms on this ProForm treadmill aren’t the longest or easiest to grab onto (they’re thick plastic), though they are comparable to the arms on most of the treadmills we tested.
We found the existence of a “local oil dependence”, which indicates that the amount of arms imported has a direct relationship with the amount of oil exported to the arms supplier.
Dominion and colonial arms are necessarily linked to royal arms, since the British crown in each country is or was the fount of honour and must have granted arms to its various territories.
In the case of a bishop or other head of a public armigerous corporation, the sinister side, which bears the personal arms, is painted black under the arms, and the dexter side, under the official arms, remains white.
But then if Bush himself is a constituent of the proposition that Bush has two arms, he must either have exactly two arms or exactly one arm, it would seem, as no person exists without having a determinate number of arms.
Since the bombardment began in March 2015, Saudi Arabia has spent £2.8 billion ($3.8 billion) on British arms, making it Britain’s largest arms market, according to government figures analysed by Campaign Against Arms Trade, a watchdog.
…Congress to revise the 1935 Neutrality Act, which prohibited loans and arms sales to belligerent nations, in order to allow the two countries to purchase arms on a “cash and carry” basis—that is, on the condition that they pay immediately in cash and transport the arms themselves.
The work of the American College of Heraldry and Arms may be said to invalidate in America the historic relationship between arms and nobility, an argument which may lead to the concept of two classes—American arms, which are non-noble, and classical arms, which are noble.
It has two divisions: the American College of Arms, which is concerned with the arms of individuals, their registration, and, more importantly, the granting of arms; and the College of Arms of the United States, which deals with such items as arms, crests, and standards for corporate concerns.
- weapons considered collectively
- the official symbols of a family, state, etc.
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