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At the top of the sheet the crest (if the family of the bride has the right to use one) is embossed without color.

EtiquetteEmily Post

The armorial design of the art, embossed above the portal, is a lamb bearing a cross.

"C" and "K" are wrought into a monogram 351 on the handle, which is three inches long, of embossed gold.

Glimpses of Three CoastsHelen Hunt Jackson

His eyes went blind for a moment, and his hands twitched convulsively on the embossed address he had been rolling and unrolling.

It was blank, though the embossed stamp of the United States Government was upon it.

In ancient history, embossed or inlaid goblets are continually mentioned amongst the offerings to celebrated shrines.

Then from its embossed sheath Napoleon drew a wonderful sword with a handle in the shape of a golden fleur-de-lis.

Mark on this sheet of metal the embossed line shown in the sketch.

In the Israelitish and Jewish periods a stone with an embossed edge was often used.

Archology and the BibleGeorge A. Barton

The legs and the nose shall be embossed with porcupine quills.

Indian Child LifeCharles A. Eastman

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