a band of leather or other material worn about the wrist or lower part of the for protection and support.
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For this armguard a piece of thin leather, laced closely at the back of the forearm, answers very well.
The Theory and Practice of Archery Horace Ford
an opening in a garment, for the arm. Historical Examples In the 31st and 51st rows, k the 6th and 7th st from the armhole edge together to decrease a little to shape for the waist. Needlework Economies Various Measure the width of chest from side to side, just at the armhole in front. Clothing […]
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the upper limb of the human body, especially the part extending from the shoulder to the wrist. the upper limb from the shoulder to the elbow. the forelimb of any vertebrate. some part of an organism like or likened to an arm. any armlike part or attachment, as the of a phonograph. a covering for […]
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arm it verb phrase To convey a customer and collect the fare without using the meter; highflag, ride the arm [Cabdrivers; fr original vertical arm of the taxi meter, turned horizontal to start the meter]
not closely or intimately connected or associated; distant; remote: an arm’s-length relationship. adjective lacking intimacy or friendliness, esp when possessing some special connection, such as previous closeness: we now have an arm’s-length relationship (of commercial transactions) in accordance with market values, disregarding any connection such as common ownership of the companies involved