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  • noun Plural form of bannerette.


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  •   Arrange them in the fashion of the Christian Army, with six Warriors under a knight, six knights under a knight bannerette, and as many bannerettes as you have under a captain.

    Lord Conrads Crusade

  • This they do by forming a procession with the crucifix, bannerettes, etc., each carrying a lighted candle in his hand.

    Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

  • Then there emerges a church dignitary bearing a large brightly-burnished crucifix, followed by others bearing bannerettes and other symbols, the names and uses of which are to us a mystery.

    Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

  • Exhibition, and she had worked those bead bannerettes herself when I was teething, and threatened with convulsions, and she did not dare to leave the house.

    The Heart of Una Sackville

  • Big and square, and filled with heavy furniture, and a perfect shopful of ugly ornaments and bead mats, and little tables, and milking-stools, and tambourines, and bannerettes, and all the kind of things that were considered lovely ages ago, but which no self-respecting girl of our age could possibly endure.

    The Heart of Una Sackville

  • However, bands have been warned in the commission's determination that paramilitary-style clothing must not be worn at any time; flags, bannerettes and symbols relating to a proscribed organisation not be displayed; and musical instruments must not bear any inscription or mark of a proscribed organisation.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • Before we ended this whole ceremony, we presented our special made bannerettes to our Guest Of Honour, Presiding Officer, Swinburne's Dance Sport Club, Mian Ann Restaurant as an act of appreciation to make this Leo Club Joint Anniversary a success.

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