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  • n. Plural form of emblem.


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  • The owner is a cute, vivacious (to the point of becoming too much to handle) little Mexicana, but it is her new Gringo Significant Other from Missouri who cooks the ribs in a big black smoker with logos and emblems from the University of Missouri all over it.

    Adriana makes barbacoa

  • Executed by Ambrogio Barrocci da Milano, the formellae were carved in relief to represent war machines, hydraulic turbines, and various military and architectural emblems from the sketchbooks of Francesco di Giorgio. 38

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Four teeth, a belt buckle, eyeglass frames and two emblems from a Colt handgun that belonged to Conlon, as well as a dog tag from Col. Stuart M. Andrews, the fellow aviator killed with him, were recovered from a densely forested hillside, she was told.

    Conlon, John F. III

  • The activity of Communists got new vigour in Nazi ranks as they have realized that the wearing of Communist emblems is suicide.

    Hungary at the Crossroads

  • In between conversational gestures and true sign languages are various intriguing semilinguistic phenomena, among them pantomime and "emblems" -- conventional gesticulations not usually accompanied by speech, among them "the finger" and the thumb-and-finger circle for

    Chicago Reader

  • ADOF is an evangelical Christian ministry that evangelizes and proselytizes military personnel by using the military's chaplain corps to distribute prayer coins by the tens of thousands sporting the official U.S. military branch emblems -- three out of the four branch emblems, that is.

    Chris Rodda: Army Chief of Chaplains Promotes Ministry That Called Navy Secretary Satanic

  • But his explanations are obscure, and he does not sufficiently distinguish the painted emblems from the effective ensigns of office.]

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • Greeks, on 9 March; and his emblems are the tree, the Christ Child, and a staff.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • As goddess of the air, she is represented by a female figure crowned with doves; as goddess of the underworld, her emblems are the snakes, which we see twined round the faïence figure at

    The Sea-Kings of Crete

  • The ground was red, and highest of all the emblems was the eye of God.

    Frederick Douglass The Colored Orator.


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