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, banderol, bannerol
1. a long narrow flag, usually with forked ends, esp one attached to the masthead of a ship; pennant
2. a ribbon-like scroll or sculptured band bearing an inscription, found esp in Renaissance architecture
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banderol, banderole, bannerol

A decorative representation of a ribbon or long scroll, often bearing an emblem or inscription.
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