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Giles was their “ancient” and had charge of the banner, nor could it be doubted that he had flourished.
The genii of the East have woven this banner from the rays of benignant stars.
This section had its banner too, and it was marked, "Our Dead."
Probably also the figure of a dog was charged on their banner.
And raising his eyes he saw the banner fall from Miette's grasp.
He ever saw her lying on the banner, under the trees with her eyes turned upwards.
They saw the banner of Castile come fluttering down from the masthead.
She spoke as if she had fought under the Wagner banner from the beginning.
This great work became the banner of the Protestants of France.
The banner of the Prophet should wave from the Pyrenees to the Baltic!