blazon


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Synonyms for blazon

Synonyms for blazon

the official symbols of a family, state, etc

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God help this country in the future, Blazon intoned after each of his motions was defeated.
The Academy of Armory, or A Storehouse of Armory and Blazon.
Any scholar with an interest in blazon will have encountered Nancy Vickers's writing on the use of blazons by Petrarch's early modern successors.
Hermione's uncertain state between living and dead allows Kellett to explore the blazon through an incorporeal body.
8220;With Blazon you can literally create a contest within minutes and customize it to your brand's needs.
With that challenge in mind, San Diego-based Chief Ingredient has stepped up to the plate with a software application called Blazon.
Her task, at the Eugene Public Library on Sunday, was to choose the correct blazon - the formal description of a coat of arms, flag or similar emblem - to create a proper shield.
US building products maker and distributor Patrick Industries Inc (NASDAQ:PATK) said Monday it had finalised the takeover of the wiring and electrical products distribution operations of Blazon International Group for USD3.
Surprisingly, however, the "mile plus heureus eschanges" turn out to affect not the male, but the female body, in a blazon of seven stanzas.
13-year-old Matthew Blazon of New Hampshire, who along with his parents, have spent nearly every vacation since he was 6 years old visiting state capitol buildings.
As the blazon was the highest symbol of the family, it was to be expected that the cosmic symbol was the most frequent.
I liked the idea of the speaker trying really hard to write a blazon for James Cagney, one that would adhere to the accepted rules of that form.
We thought it would be not so much a gimmick but an opportunity for us to feature wines from the Southern Hemisphere," says John Blazon, master sommelier and manager of wine sales and standards for Disney.
The poem is not so much about the thistle as blazon of national emblem but about our habits of looking and the linguistic habitus in which our "looking-at" achieves social meaning and authority.
Pyrocles, dressed in Amazon disguise, gazes upon Philoclea and recites his blazon "What tongue can her perfections tell?