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banderole

, 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

banderole

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

banderol, banderole, bannerol

banderol
A decorative representation of a ribbon or long scroll, often bearing an emblem or inscription.
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The banderoles in the Lichtenthal painting also permit the identification of the subject of Bernard's family in a woodcut frontispiece from the Melliflui deuotiq[ue] doctoris sancti Bernardi [.
In the rest of the book, verbal matter consists solely of Latin inscriptions that appear in elaborately scrolling banderoles often as large as the figures.
Au cours de cette manifestation a laquelle ont participe les representants d'associations nationales et des associations d'immigres, les participants ont scande des slogans et brandi des banderoles stigmatisant l'immixtion flagrante de l'Algerie dans les affaires interieures du Maroc, particulierement son hostilite recurrente a l'unite territoriale du Royaume, faisant savoir que l'integrite territoriale du Royaume constitue une ligne rouge qui ne doit pas etre franchie et appelant les dirigeants algeriens a respecter la souverainete du Maroc et le bon voisinage en mettant un terme a leur actes hostiles et provocateurs a l'egard du Royaume.
Les manifestants sur cette place ont brandi des banderoles sur lesquelles etaient ecrites les phrases suivantes: [beaucoup moins que]Les revolutionnaires d'Egypte rappellent a la memoire du monde islamique la journee mondiale d'Al-Qods[beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que]Al-Qods est d'origine arabe et nous ne l'oublions pas[beaucoup plus grand que] et [beaucoup moins que]Ce qui a ete pris par la force ne sera recouvre que par la force[beaucoup plus grand que].
The protesters waved banderoles calling for the cancellation of this article and exerting efforts "so that women resume their position of equality on all levels and the constitution guarantees their rights.
Flour and bread producers also suggested introduction of mandatory banderoles for the produced flour in order to eliminate its illegal trade," officials from the Ministry explain.
One of the high points of the show is the tapestry The Winged Stags--a marvellously striking figurative design teeming with animals, heraldic banners, banderoles, and fleurs-de-lis on a millefleurs ground (Fig.
The famous depictions of burning martyrs, often including banderoles filled with their last words, helped make this book so popular.
For example, filling in the banderoles on the woodcuts, readers assigned both verifiable and fictional speeches to the dying martyrs, placing them in a typological relationship to biblical figures like the first Christian martyr, Saint Stephen, or supplying formulaic words that attested to a "good death.
There has been a quite dramatic drop in sales of products with German tax banderoles because of the five tax increases between 2002 and last summer, but there has not been a drop in consumption because people are buying in Poland and the Czech Republic," said Wolfgang Oberrecht, deputy general manager of the Verband der Cigarettenindustrie, the German association of cigarette manufacturers.
Film wrapping machines for full wrap with side sealing as well as banderoles
Touching down in a landscape of meticulously penciled ugliness, her vessel bounces from valley to valley and becomes enveloped by hovering banderoles that read IS IT TOMORROW YET?