Examples from the Web for rm
On the need of police to keep order in Roman theatres, see the references given by Marquardt, Rm.Pompeii, Its Life and Art|August Mau
Armistice, rm′ist-is, n. a short suspension of hostilities: a truce.
The poet, hearing of the Sultn of Rm's intentions, and wishing to avoid his munificence, took his departure to Tabrz.Jm|Frederick Hadland Davis
Abh-rm is the High or Heaven-Father (from rm, to be high) with his numberless host of descendants.Myths and Dreams|Edward Clodd
Armament, rm′a-ment, n. forces armed or equipped for war: munitions of war, esp.