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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CINQUEFOIL

They are closely allied to cinquefoil, and all belong to the rose family.

These are thicker than in the Cinquefoil, and are often tinged with pink.

On the south side the westernmost Perpendicular bay, up to the triforium, is solid and covered with cinquefoil panelling.

Over each seat is an ogee canopy, cinquefoil, crocketed, and surmounted by a huge finial.

The panels are pointed and divided each into two cinquefoil divisions.

Beyond it there was only an upward-climbing fringe of grass, starred with cinquefoil and wild strawberry—and then the precipice.

The raspberry-bine was there, and the great oak with the seat around it, and the carpet of cinquefoil and wild strawberry.

A circlet round the brow of the little figure bears the Leicester badge, the cinquefoil.

Greater freedom of moulding and the use of trefoil and cinquefoil may be, but need not be, explained in this way.

The caterpillar feeds in July and August on the flowers of cinquefoil (Potentilla), and is said to eat bramble blossoms also.

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