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We cannot allow the emblem of irresponsibility to attach to the conservative banner.

Both counties have traditionally been rural emblems of the Old South, their picturesque central squares dominated by clock-tower-topped courthouses.

Mustering the last reserves of her strength, the eagle gazes at a tower in the distance and summons from it a golden eagle emblem that she gives to the Hunter, which causes a gate to open in a nearby stone wall.

By using her spirit vision the Hunter to see gold traces of other emblems in the vicinity.

Instead, the “RR” emblems remain perpetually upright and composed, as one would expect from a Rolls-Royce.

In the latest, Frank is pushing 70 but he remains a fascinating emblem of his times.

I personally prefer the Ukrainian official flag, and the emblem of Lviv—a kind looking lion—to a Swastika.

Ehsan's fusion of artforms is a winning emblem of the happy marriage of fashion and art.

The Pahonia, emblem of the Belarusian nation drawn from the insignia of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, is banned under Lukashenko.

This was the emblem of King Richard II, who was saved from killing a white deer, which in British legend is terribly bad luck.

Why did Ricetto, Bruno and Servetus in the hour of martyrdom turn with loathing from that sacred emblem, the crucifix?

Henry Clay Frick, in absolute control of the firm, incarnates the spirit of the furnace, is the living emblem of his trade.

This is rather hard on the dog, who certainly cannot be considered the emblem of wickedness and hypocrisy.

Hence this Christian emblem became the object of scoffing and derision by the persecuting heathen.

His emblem is the human-headed winged lion seen at the entrance of royal palaces.


On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to emblem, such as: badge, banner, coat of arms, flag, image, and insignia.

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