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The granite is differenced in its laws only by the more or less of heat, from the river that wears it away.
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Illegitimate children generally bore the paternal ensigns differenced by certain brizures.
This was the method by which the supporters of Wurtemburg were "differenced" for the Duke of Teck, the forepaws being "fleshed."
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Knowledge is the excellency of man, whereby he is usually differenced from the brute.
Younger branches differenced in many ways, following no rule.
Shirland of Minster bore the same arms differenced with an ermine quarter.
The crest of a cadet is often differenced like the arms, and thus a wyver or a leopard will have a label about its neck.
A cardinal's hat is differenced by colour and the number of its tassels, not by its shape, which is the same for all clergymen.
It is the Socialists who hold off unrelentingly from the monarchy, and not the republicans, as they can be differenced from them.
The arms of the Dukes of Orleans were the arms of France differenced by a label argent.
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