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herald

(in the Middle Ages) an official at a tournament
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De Grantmesnil's horse, which was young and violent, reared and plunged in the course of the career so as to disturb the rider's aim, and the stranger, declining to take the advantage which this accident afforded him, raised his lance, and passing his antagonist without touching him, wheeled his horse and rode back again to his own end of the lists, offering his antagonist, by a herald, the chance of a second encounter.
From Lancaster High School: Andrew Browning, herald trumpet, 11; Wyatt J.
The Heralds of the Gospel originated with the Virgin of Fatima Associations that unite more than half a million Catholics worldwide.
Every new movement has its own charism and, for the Heralds, this is a deep desire to seek perfection in all they do in obedience to Christ's command, "Be perfect just as your Heavenly Father is perfect.
With long-distance printing just a push button away, the Herald is producing its international edition on several Caribbean islands to serve vacationers and expatriates.
The Herald, with a daily circulation of about 350,000, distributes more than 17,000 issues outside the U.
19] The granting of the commission for visitations in 1530 provoked a jurisdictional dispute between Clarenceux Benolt and Garter Wriothesley, and later decades were marked by disputes and backbiting among the heralds as well as conflicts over the College's records.
Segar presented a paper on heraldic officers and their jurisdictions and duties; there were several reports of the theft of books, pedigrees, and visitation records from the College's library; and an anonymous delegation of heralds and pursuivants presented a petition against Brooke to deputies Hoby and Carew.
The new offices will allow the company to create a newsroom for the digital age, said Miami Herald executive editor Aminda Marques Gonzalez.
April 19, three exhausted, bedraggled journalists from the Grand Forks Herald - Chuck Kimmerle, Brad Dokken and Andy Braford - hurried into the Pioneer Press newsroom in downtown St.
They were to receive the Grand Forks story of the century via computer from there and somehow produce a 12-page special edition of the Herald in time for it to be printed at the Pioneer Press, flown back to Grand Forks and distributed the next day.
Working with a paper that knows the area gives us an advantage," Herald Executive Editor Anders Gyllenhaal said in an article on the paper's Web site.