coat of arms


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Synonyms for coat of arms

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the official symbols of a family, state, etc

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Mr Bercow, who will host the event, told MPs: "I remind members that the coat of arms of our departed friend and colleague Jo Cox will be unveiled this Saturday, June 24.
When Liverpool won the First Division Championship for the first time in 1901, the 15 carat gold medal awarded to its players featured the city's Coat of Arms surrounded by the lettering LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB.
In 1999, the coat of arms of the territory of Nunavut was added above the entrance on the south side of the rotunda where a second Canadian of arms had been located.
Police at the scene of the shooting in Coat Of Arms Bridge Road
Thus, the coat of arms of Pope Benedict XVI, the German who stood down in February 2013 on account of ill health, features a Moor's head, crowned and colored red.
The club, nicknamed the Diamonds, have been told the coat of arms on their crest breaks a 16th-century law.
A new commission will be established in Parliament to determine what the new coat of arms of the Turkish Republic will be, the bill states, adding that three members of each parliamentary political party will join the commission.
Even if the discontent in the executive branch regarding the proposal of the state coat of arms is not officially confirmed, rumor has it that no session is scheduled yet on which this could be discussed.
Several of Ahmeti's close associates and high-ranking BDI officials, including Teuta Arifi, Xhevad Ademi, Gzim Ostreni, Sadula Duraku and Hazbi Lika, refused to support the proposed coat of arms and the decision that the ministers from BDI should endorse it.
Branko Gerovski in Sloboden Pecat comments that he doesn't understand the excitement for the proposal of the new coat of arms because the public should know by now that if Gruevski intends something, he will make it happen and the second important thing is that when the would government change--many of the current decisions adopted in this regime will be voided.
Changing the national coat of arms will entail changes to the Constitution, which may trigger new divisions not solely among political parties but among ordinary citizens as well.
Robert Noel, Lancaster Herald of Her Majesty's College of Arms, presented the Coat of Arms to Gray Levett, founder of Grays of Westminster at a celebratory dinner held at the Institute of Directors in Pall Mall, London on 29th October 2014.
The news of the future king's christening came on the same day that the new Conjugal Coat of Arms of his parents has been announced.
28 ( ANI ): The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have got a new coat of arms that will represent them as a married couple, it has been revealed.
His coat of arms includes such personal reflections as three small "wriggly" worms in tribute to his children, and at its centre it has the old castle and anchor coat of arms of the Borough of Stocktonon-Tees.