blazon


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Synonyms for blazon

Synonyms for blazon

the official symbols of a family, state, etc

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The exhibition is held annually in Kyoto and Blazon Communications will represent the Middle East and African regions at the event which will take place from February 13-16, 2012.
On the poem's use of the blazon, see Katherine Rowe, "A Lover's Complaint," The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare's Poetry, ed.
The emphasis on screw-cap wines dovetails with the restaurant's environmental focus, says Blazon.
Pyrocles, dressed in Amazon disguise, gazes upon Philoclea and recites his blazon "What tongue can her perfections tell?
Masterminding Disney World Resorts' wine empire is Lowell native John Blazon.
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HWCG ($30) will be showcasing several rose wines, including the recently launched trio of Blazon Pinot Noir rose, Cremant rose and No 6 rose, all from Plaimont in France.
Given that kind of critique at least as early as the sixteenth century, it is not surprising that Jane Austen, with her exacting wit and precise literary construction, is able to make the blazon work in multiple ways, both to express the admiration (as yet unknown in its depth to the speaker) of such an eligible lover as Darcy and in her letters, to turn the convention upside down by blazoning individuals for the amusement of her major correspondent, Cassandra.
As a female lover, Wrath's Pamphilia destabilizes the conventional expectations of the blazon, not only by gazing on herself, but also by refusing to create the "collection of exquisitely beautiful disassociated objects" (Vickers 266) conventionally expected in a sixteenth-century love sonnet.
He proposes to distinguish "culture" from other "sexy words"; he suggests "the Big Bird theory" as a name for the culture of empire under the blazon of the Eagle of Liberty.
Assisting with the judging are John Blazon, Master Sommelier and Manager, Wine Sales and Standards of Walt Disney Resort; Josh Garrick, Managing Editor of Lifestyle Magazine; George Miliotes, Advanced Sommelier from Season's 52; Pam Smith, culinary author and Epcot Food and Wine Culinary Consultant.
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This impressive exhibition does not merely blazon the fame of Vienna's well-known Secessionist artists, but includes a panoply of early to mid 19th-century Viennese portraiture admired by these artists--a legacy on which Klimt, especially, was concerned to draw.
His pavilion was pitched next to Carey's, his two squires were there, brave in their livery and bearing his father's blazon.