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In the store, just before closing, residents juggled armfuls of food, soda and beer.
Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times Janice Reed carried an armful of mementos into a Milwaukee courtroom Wednesday to commemorate her son, 39-year-old Michael Reed, holding them out in front of a judge: photos, a T-shirt, a candle, his obituary.
Feeling that wouldn’t be enough, Petke instead showed up in person with an armful of gifts and without any club representative to manage (or publicize) the visit.
Video surveillance showed that at Hardy's direction, the two girls grabbed armfuls of clothing and piled them behind a rack of clothes, police said.
A man entered the store shortly after 12:30 p.m. and left with an armful of comic books, pursued by Cavanaugh, who accused the man of stealing.
The pursuit of both loves has resulted in an armful of Grammys and Junos.
None of the white history advocates have shown up to the protests with armfuls of history books and pamphlets.
Bryan Cranston has become one of the most decorated performers of the last decade, grabbing armfuls of Emmys, Tonys, and Golden Globes beginning with his iconic portrayal of Walter White in Breaking Bad.
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: an amount that can be carried in a person's arm or arms
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