Arsm



abbreviation (in Britain)
Associate of the Royal School of Mines

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  • Arson

    Law. the malicious burning of another’s house or property, or in some statutes, the burning of one’s own house or property, as to collect insurance. Contemporary Examples But no one went through with the arson threats that were bandied about back then, says Cummins. Cleveland Wants to Burn Down Ariel Castro’s House. Should It Be? […]

  • Arsonist

    a person who commits . Contemporary Examples But fire department officials are not saying what they suspect the arsonist is using to ignite the fires. What’s Driving L.A. Serial Arsonist to Set Fires? Christine Pelisek January 1, 2012 By contrast, the arsonist behind the Napa fire was given 27 years in prison last year. Brunello’s […]



  • Arsonous

    Law. the malicious burning of another’s house or property, or in some statutes, the burning of one’s own house or property, as to collect insurance. noun (criminal law) the act of intentionally or recklessly setting fire to another’s property or to one’s own property for some improper reason n. 1670s, from Anglo-French arsoun (late 13c.), […]

  • Arsphenamine

    a yellow, crystalline powder, C 12 H 12 N 2 O 2 As 2 ⋅2HCl⋅2H 2 O, formerly used to treat diseases caused by spirochete organisms, especially syphilis and trench mouth: first known as “606.”. Historical Examples During the past few years some French physicians have reported favorably on the intrarectal administration of arsphenamine. The […]



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