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It bore for device a Falcon volant, argent, with a fetter-lock, or.

Indeed, many kinds of volant animals are endemic to the Solomons.

The difficulty of keeping so great a mass of weighty metal in so volant an attitude, has been admirably overcome by the artist.

Birds about to take wing are rising; when in flight, they are volant; when at rest, they are close.

The appeal was comprehensible, and the charioteer, assiduously obliging, fell to posture of checking none too volant steeds.

Sagittarius, volant in the void, has just let fly an arrow which is on its way to his right arm.

Verba volant, scripta manent—What is spoken flies, what is written remains.

The over-breastplate was also called the volant—a defence much used in tilts in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

Again his cheek wore the brightness of health; and his volant step, too often reminded him how narrow were his boundaries.

A swallow "volant" appears upon the arms usually ascribed to the town of Arundel.

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