“It incorporates both beautiful forms, detailing and colour -- even down to the fleur-de-lys upon the staves.”
“This was surmouted onto a cross with fleur-de-lys.”
“The bed, which incorporates two fleur-de-lys, is rumored to have been made for a favorite retreat of Louis XIV, though that has never been substantiated.”
“Je vous envoie une belle fleur-de-lys (la fleur officialle de l'etat de Tennessee).”
“Basque cross, or "lauburu," * a symbol of prosperity, is to the Basque what the fleur-de-lys is to France, and though you won't find as many French streets "fleurdelisé," * when in Basque country you will see the cross-shaped lauburu partout!”
“But Pope Paul had the fleur-de-lys on his coat-of-arms, and he was the Pope who published Humanae Vitae, exalting chaste love during the a time when chastity was becoming a rare commodity.”
“There were four fleur-de-lys, one for each of the gospels.”
“Between the arms of the cross, the fancier pendants had the image of a flower of French origins, the fleur-de-lys which represented the Trinity.”
“The binding is 3/4 red cloth with gold fleur-de-lys, with a cream spine and red title inset on the spine.”
“Clotilde also received the banner of France, with three fleur-de-lys on it instead of three frogs.”
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These kind of stun me whenever I see them. Language is just so cool.
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