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let military power be subject to civil authority: motto of Wyoming.
Contemporary Examples

Hitler believed that the possession of the arma Christi would grant their owner supernatural powers.
Hitler’s Hunt for the Holy Grail and the Ghent Altarpiece Noah Charney December 20, 2013

Historical Examples

armata (arma′ta), one of the names of Venus, given to her by Spartan women.
1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described Edward S. Ellis

For example, there is nothing in the east to compare with the big spurless valley near the pass above arma.
The Andes of Southern Peru Isaiah Bowman

arma igitur expediunt, passis velis, instructa acie, directo cursu in nostrum portum inuehuntur.
The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, Vol. II: Acadia, 1612-1614 Various

Another line quoted in the 2nd Philippic is Cedant arma togae, concedat laurea laudi.
Helps to Latin Translation at Sight Edmund Luce

Abordo entonces, abordo todo el mundo; arma arma, aqui vienen los Engleses; arma, arma!
Tom Cringle’s Log Michael Scott

In the series of misericordes in Beverley Minster, there are arma palantes of the dignitaries of the Church in 1520.
The Grotesque in Church Art T. Tindall Wildridge

One human resource remains, to go in arma blanca—with the cold steel.
Unexplored Spain Abel Chapman

Denique omnes fusi fugatique; arma et signa militaria pleraque capta, pluresque eo proelio quam omnibus superioribus interempti.
De Bello Catilinario et Jugurthino Caius Sallustii Crispi (Sallustius)

arma virumque cano, Trojae qui primus ab oris Italiam, fato profugus, Laviniaque venit litora.
Jack and Jill Louisa May Alcott

Association of Records Managers and Administrators International
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