Arms or ARMS may refer to:
- Arm or arms, the upper limbs of the body
- "Arms" (song), a song by Christina Perri from the album lovestrong
- ARMS (band), an American indie rock band formed in 2004
- Armaments or arms, weapons
- Coat of arms
- In this sense, "arms" is a common element in pub names
- ARMS Charity Concert
- ARMS Corporation, a Japanese anime and manga studio
- TRIN (finance) or Arms Index, a short-term stock trading index
- Amherst Regional Middle School
- Australian Relief & Mercy Services, a part of Youth with a Mission
- Amplification Refractory Mutation System
- Alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma, a form of cancer
Other articles related to "arms":
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... The coat of arms comes from a court seal from 1748 ... The lilly staves are from the coat of arms of the barons of Venningen, who lorded over Zuzenhausen for hundreds of years ...
... The old coat-of-arms of Felsőőr depicted a medieval Hungarian frontier-guard (Hungarian őr) with two swords in his hands, one raised as the symbol of attack, the other crossed as the symbol of ... The inscription of the arms was Nobiles de Felső-Eőr ... The new coat-of-arms of Oberwart was granted in 1972 ...
... Current coat of arms of Zaberfelds Coat of arms before 1970 Coat of arms from 1970 to 1974 ...
... Zastava Arms is a Serbian manufacturer of firearms and artillery ... Zastava Arms produces and exports a wide variety of products to over forty countries ...
Famous quotes containing the word arms:
“If Heaven a draught of heavenly pleasure spare,
One cordial in this melancholy vale,
T is when a youthful, loving, modest pair
In others arms breathe out the tender tale,”
—Robert Burns (17591796)
“True. There is
a beautiful Jesus.
He is frozen to his bones like a chunk of beef.
How desperately he wanted to pull his arms in!
How desperately I touch his vertical and horizontal axes!
But I cant. Need is not quite belief.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“The sturdy Irish arms that do the work are of more worth than oak or maple. Methinks I could look with equanimity upon a long street of Irish cabins, and pigs and children reveling in the genial Concord dirt; and I should still find my Walden Wood and Fair Haven in their tanned and happy faces.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)