But strongarm lived in the age of combat when people fought animals at close range.
strongarm cared as much for his spear as you do for your dog.
After that strongarm broke the rope, tossed the pannier of dust from his shoulder, and lay down to sleep in the sun.
"We near the spot, strongarm," Gontze murmured presently, pointing to a cross hacked in the wood of a date-palm.
Using threats of violence; physically brutal: strong-arm work around election time/ We reprehended his strong-arm tactics (1901+)
To use force and intimidation: We can't strong-arm them into voting our way (1903+)
A collaborative project between Digital Equipment Corporation and Advanced RISC Machines Ltd. (ARM) announced on 1995-02-06 licensing the ARM RISC architecture to Digital Semiconductor for the development of high-performance, low power microprocessors.
The StrongARM family of 32-bit RISC products developed under the agreement are faster versions of the existing ARM processors with a somewhat different instruction set. They are targetted at applications such as next-generation personal digital assistants with improved user interfaces and communications; interactive television and set-top products; video games and multimedia edutainment systems with realistic imaging, motion and sound; and digital imaging, including low cost digital image capture and photo-quality scanning and printing.
The StrongARM family has limited software compatibility with the ARM6, ARM7 and ARM8 families due to its separate caches for data and instructions which causes self-modifying code to fail.
The SA-110 is the first member of the family.