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William Berry, an English author, died at Bristol, aged 77; author of various works on genealogy and heraldry.
Sidney was very fond of heraldry, and not a little proud of his right to display the bear and ragged staff.
In heraldry, “fimbriate” or “fimbriated” refers to a narrow edge or border running round a bearing.
The "foolish business" of Heraldry has supplied the motive for numerous packs of cards.
Most writers agree in assigning the origin of heraldry, in the modern acceptation of the term, to the crusades.
Seven red strokes denoted his scalp honors in Indian heraldry, or that he had been seven times in battle.
A bend, in heraldry, is a broad horizontal band across a shield.
Birds of course play a large and prominent part in heraldry.
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In English heraldry, at any rate, I know of no such example.
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Another bird for which heraldry has created a term of its own is the Crane.
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