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- proper n. The official public seal of any of several nations.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. In Great Britain, the lord chancellor (who is custodian of this seal); also, his office.
- n. See under Great.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the principal seal of a government, symbolizing authority or sovereignty
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And be it remembered that this same Charter, in the same terms, word for word, was sealed in Flanders under the King's Great Seal, that is to say, at Ghent, the 5th day of November, in the 52th year of the reign of our aforesaid Lord the King, and sent into England.
Well, I've got sad news for Ms. Ross 'supporters: The more likely flag mastermind was Francis Hopkinson, who also helped design the Great Seal and signed the Declaration of Independence.
It must be accepted by the Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, a man named Sir William Cowper.
The idea came from Elias Boudinot of New Jersey, who helped design the Great Seal and was the founder of the American Bible Society.
The Chancellor went to him with the Great Seal, and the Parliament made a new Great Seal.
I have discovered that the sixth seal mentioned in the Revelations is the Great Seal.
Even the pyramid on our Great Seal harkens back to an ancient tradition of wisdom, epitomized by the radiant eye of awakened knowledge at its apex.
This is commemorated on our Great Seal with the words Novus Ordo Seclorum, a "new order of the ages."
Attorney-General, and on October 19 Lord Keeper of the Great Seal.
On October 26th -- this is division of elections letter, and that's the one that's got to do with the Great Seal issue, where there was a suit filed on whether forms were to go out with the Great Seal, and Katherine Harris says don't worry about that issue, just go ahead and process these, and remember, you must have the required information.