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  • n. Plural form of barrulet.


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  • _ -- Three barrulets charged with six church bells, three, two, and one, is a shield occurring in the Speke Chauntry, in Exeter

    Notes and Queries, Number 56, November 23, 1850

  • Park, Middlesex, and Rickmansworth Park, Herts; arms: Ermine, two barrulets compony or and azure, in chief three boars 'heads erased of the last, armed of the second, langued gu.

    Shakespeare's Family

  • A¬†Fesse or Bar, when placed between two similar figures narrower than barrulets, is said to be _cotised_ by them; or, to be

    The Handbook to English Heraldry


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