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You must come to-morrow and see my grand emblazonry of the Ratcliffe and Armine coats; I mean it for the gallery.'HENRIETTA TEMPLEBENJAMIN DISRAELI
A word that signifies wounded, used in emblazonry to denote an animal wounded by another creature.THE MANUAL OF HERALDRY; FIFTH EDITIONANONYMOUS
Some, as Austria, instead of one Eagle, adopt two as their allusive emblazonry.REPTILES AND BIRDSLOUIS FIGUIER
In quiet but vigilant emblazonry, it seemed to stand apart, like some far back member of the family in whose pride it shared.ST. CUTHBERT'SROBERT E. KNOWLES
Many of them were well carved in wood, and ornamented with emblazonry and gilding.TEN THOUSAND WONDERFUL THINGSEDMUND FILLINGHAM KING

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