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Synonyms for blazon

Synonyms for blazon

the official symbols of a family, state, etc

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A start-up website will beem blazoned on poster sites along the Chiltern Railways line after receiving major backing from the train company.
If the No 18 shirt has Jonas blazoned on the back, the No 19 has Xisco when the owner's full name is actually Francisco Jimenez Tejada.
An elephant blazoned with the slogan "The Big One in Hardware" became synonymous with Aubuchon when the company introduced it in the '70s.
The other, much larger, is a Cuban flag with Che's famous image blazoned on it.
LAST week, a national up-market newspaper blazoned on its front page that there was a delay in criminal cases being held due to a shortage of judges.
And, once again, we repeat that we are sympathetic to the view of Kirklees chief executive Rob Vincent that it was difficult for Kirklees any more than any other local authority to spot the coming trouble with Jarvis which at the time was a market leader in PFI (despite its later blazoned lack of expertise in this particular area) and his emphasis on learning from these mistakes.
Yesterday's front page blazoned out the headline 'The Three Musketeers'.
Now, if we were The New York Post, the story would have been blazoned with the headline "NAIC Plays Hardball.
That was the case with the paper's famous "Sticks Nix Hick Pix" banner, which was blazoned across the July 17, 1935, issue.
The tortured image of a man suggests "the dark obverse of the Renaissance blazon" (Hedley 344), not only through the conspicuous reference to his physical pain but also through the focus on the more rarely blazoned man.
There were anti-racism educators, and puppet plays about children with disabilities--each made a lasting impression forever blazoned on my memory.
It is only in the most technical sense Saint Mary Magdalen, and Perugino has blazoned her name in embroidered capitals across her tunic as if in wry recognition of this.
One would think that by itself it would force the Church to action, but recent history tells us that likely nothing would happen unless the results of homosexuality in the clergy were blazoned on our secular newspapers time after time.
Blazoned across the backs of the t-shirts is the message 'follow the story in Wales on Sunday' - which you'll be able to do every week until that lucky winner grabs the prize.
If Koizumi had blazoned it out and visited the shrine on Wednesday, it could safely be assumed that China would have recalled its ambassador to Tokyo and ceased cabinet-level exchanges, leading to marked deterioration in bilateral relations.