cockade


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an ornament (such as a knot of ribbon or a rosette) usually worn on the hat

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Between Bloody Marys, and blue cockades, and glorious Queen Besses, and no Poperys, and Protestant associations, and making of speeches,' pursued John Grueby, looking, as usual, a long way off, and taking no notice of this hint, 'my lord's half off his head.
To mark this day, people usually wear a cockade with the national colors (red, white, and green), watch street performances, and listen to traditional Hungarian music.
cockade militia of golden color without framing (a new sample of km-5 or analog)
Dressed in a long gown, she completed her outfit by sticking a black and white coiled ribbon called a cockade in her hat band.
Uniforms, at least for the rank-and-file, were modest, consisting of a black frock coat, black trousers, black stock (neck-cloth) buff vest, white cotton gloves and archaic tricorn Continental cocked hat with Union cockade.
Cockade fans can be either brise or folding, but open to form a full circle - their elongated guard sticks pivoting 360 degrees to form the handle.
pantaloons, pike, cockade, including French language such as Sansculottes) identifies its setting, which is Paris in 1792 at the time of the French Revolution.
Andy Kemp, secretary of the First World War flying society Cross and Cockade International, said: "There was virtually no room for error, the difference between death and glory was inches.
Not surprisingly, then, upon searching the plotters' homes after the discovery of the La Guaira Conspiracy, colonial authorities found "instructions to use a cockade of white, blue, yellow, and red" (Warren "Early" 68) emblematizing the interracial republican brotherhood that the conspirators invoke in their texts.
She was also allowed to dress like a man and wear a hat with a cockade in it.
The company stated that the model's digital instrument clusters, centre console controls and exterior design language all evoke aviation, and a matching double stripe runs along the roof and down the front bonnet, door panels have the logo 'L63' and a tricolour cockade is placed in the middle of the logo to further reinforce the aviation theme.
Kevin Dempsey had previously been with blues band The Bo'Weevils (who also included Coventry blues legend Tim James) and Martin Jenkins had been with Coventry folk group The Cockade.
The First Battle for Petersburg: The Attack and Defense of the Cockade City, June 9, 1864, Revised Edition
The First Battle for Petersburg: The Attack and Defense of the Cockade City, June 9, 1864 is an in-depth analysis of the Battle of June 9, 1864 for the city of Petersburg, Virginia during the American Civil War.
Miscellaneous signs cockade around target, tubular structure > 50 mm in length.