Other articles related to "arms":
... Zastava Arms is a Serbian manufacturer of firearms and artillery ... Zastava Arms produces and exports a wide variety of products to over forty countries ...
... 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 ... The inscription of the arms was Nobiles de Felső-Eőr ... The new coat-of-arms of Oberwart was granted in 1972 ...
... Estádio do Dragão (Dragon's Stadium), is related to the club's coat of arms ... of the club's players thought of combining that emblem with the city of Porto's coat of arms at the time ... These arms, given by Queen Maria II in 1837 (subsequently altered in 1940), had a quartered shield, showing in the first and fourth quarter the arms of Portugal, and in the second and third quarter the ...
... Current coat of arms of Zaberfelds Coat of arms before 1970 Coat of arms from 1970 to 1974 ...
... 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 ...
Famous quotes containing the word arms:
“As a particularly dramatic gesture, he throws wide his arms and whacks the side of the barn with the heavy cane he uses to stab at contesting bidders. With more vehemence than grammatical elegance, he calls upon the great god Caveat Emptor to witness with what niggardly stinginess these flinty sons of Scotland make cautious offers for what is beyond any question the finest animal ever beheld.”
—Administration in the State of Arka, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Know that, on the right hand of the Indies, there is an island called California, very near to the Terrestrial Paradise, which was peopled with black women.... Their arms were all of gold.”
—For the State of California, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Vengeance upon the murderers, the cry goes up,
Vengeance for Jacques Molay. In cloud-pale rags, or in lace,
The rage-driven, rage-tormented, and rage-hungry troop,
Trooper belabouring trooper, biting at arm or at face,
Plunges towards nothing, arms and fingers spreading wide
For the embrace of nothing....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)