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  • noun Plural form of herald.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of herald.

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Examples

  • When he told me about Sepulchral Earth, I was wondering as to what type of tale this would be and what the title heralds?

    "Sepulchral Earth: The Long Road" by Tim Marquitz (Reviewed by Mihir Wanchoo)

  • The new term heralds the dreaded physical checkup.

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  • The new term heralds the dreaded physical checkup.

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  • The new term heralds the dreaded physical checkup.

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  • Combining the power of social networking with a fashion label heralds a new era for fashionistas everywhere, as www.wuwi.com blasts into our lives.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Combining the power of social networking with a fashion label heralds a new era for fashionistas everywhere, as www.wuwi.com blasts into our lives.

    Www.wuwi.com launches heralding a new era

  • As soon as the king heard this, he called his heralds and sent them everywhere through his land to sound their trumpets and call aloud: --

    Mother Stories

  • It was late in the day when heralds from the English lines arrived with a defiant message for the French.

    Joan of Arc

  • It was late in the day when heralds from the English lines arrived with a defiant message for the French.

    Joan of Arc

  • The human organs of divine revelation, the prophets and the called heralds of the divine Word in general, have a moral right to reverential sparing, though this sparing refers essentially not to them as men, but to God in whose name they speak.

    Christian Ethics. Volume II.���Pure Ethics.

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