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of or relating to heraldry or heraldic arms

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Standish, the old lawyer, who had been so long concerned with the landed gentry that he had become landed himself, and used that oath in a deep-mouthed manner as a sort of armorial bearings, stamping the speech of a man who held a good position.
On one of them, which was a fringed scarf for a dress of ceremony, I saw the armorial bearings of a Noble, and the letter E.
While the objects around me--while the carvings of the ceilings, the sombre tapestries of the walls, the ebon blackness of the floors, and the phantasmagoric armorial trophies which rattled as I strode, were but matters to which, or to such as which, I had been accustomed from my infancy--while I hesitated not to acknowledge how familiar was all this--I still wondered to find how unfamiliar were the fancies which ordinary images were stirring up.
Armorial porcelain is porcelain with special marks, including national emblems, imperial insignia, the heraldic emblems of nobles, armies, groups, and organizations, and even symbols of provinces and cities.
Public armorial bearings, flags and other emblems pertaining to the State or any other state, regional or international organizations, as well as any imitations thereof.
The large plot in Armorial Road provides off-road parking for multiple vehicles, as well as a big enclosed rear garden.
The Grand Union was the flag flown by the Loyalists and today is found in the design of the armorial bearings of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada.
These include armories (the signs of this set in general), armorial (pertaining to armories), armiger (an entity legally possessing armories), armigerous (possessing armories), and armigery (the possession and use of armories).
The five-kilogram Mace also features fireweed, Yukon's floral emblem; the figures of a miner, a trapper and a First Nations person; as well as etchings of Yukon scenery and other armorial bearings.
Some years ago, I went there with my sister to research who first granted the armorial bearings of the Lloyds of Llansannan.
The Engineering Council has revived its historic armorial achievement on its registration certificates.
He also has thought about how armor has influenced feminine clothing styles and he has several paintings that show women of noble rank attired in costumes that clearly reflect armorial images, from breastplates to sleeves.
Ate a eclosao do Mangue, as manifestacoes artisticas tidas publicamente como representativas da identidade local estavam filiadas a uma estetica consolidada nos anos 1970 pelo Movimento Armorial, organizado e liderado pelo escritor e gestor publico Ariano Suassuna.
12) It turns out that the "right to bear arms" is the same as the right to display armorial bearings, (13) and that the original plain meaning of the Second Amendment is that the government shall not infringe upon one's right to be a lady or a gentleman.
During the autumn session, the Council of States will deliberate on the law to protect trademarks and on the law to protect public armorial bearings, also known as the Swissness project.