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a wide (ornamented) belt worn over the right shoulder to support a sword or bugle by the left hip


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They are often dressed in white with coloured baldrics (belts) across their chests.
In distinctive "whites", green baldrics and straw hats, White Rose are a familiar sight, particularly at Holmfirth Folk Festival.
Just after the 1 December trial of Protector Somerset, and just before his 22 January execution, Ferrers (no doubt under the influence of the duke of Northumberland, who had replaced Somerset as the chief power in Edward's Privy Council) organized a massive procession through the city, the participants in baldrics of yellow and green (traditional fools' motley), which included a mock beheading just before the very real and publicly unpopular beheading of the duke of Somerset.
But furious residents reckon the whole scheme is a load of old Baldrics.