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- adj. Both rampant and facing each other
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, rampant in opposite directions: said of animals used as bearings.
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Shield, bowed in its contour, and charged with a _single_ Lion rampant facing to the sinister, or _counter-rampant_, No. 190; and it has been conjectured that, were the whole face of this Shield visible, a second
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