fleur-de-lys


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fleur-de-lys

The French royal lily, conventionalized as an ornament in Late Gothic architecture.
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Richard, Plan du havre et des etablissements de peche de la Fleur-de-lys de Terre Neuve, mss.
Bottom club Fleur-de-Lys surprised fifth placed Blackwood in a 21-15 thriller.
After his days playing for Fleur-de-Lys, he graduated to the Welsh League with Tredomen, a club based in an engineering plant in Ystrad Mynach.
The original seven teams were: Attleborough Conservatives, Attleborough Labour, Attleborough Sports, Co-op Employees, Fleur-de-Lys, Freeman & Proctor, Nuneaton Boys Club.
And with Blackwood in fifth spot also going down to a shock defeat at Fleur-de-Lys, it looks as if the championship will be decided between the two former Premier teams.
Before he could face trial for plotting the blaze at his home in Fleur-de-Lys, near Blackwood, Gardener disappeared.
The decorative metal fencing spike in the form of a fleur-de-lys pierced three and a half inches into his right arm.
Penallta also won a second straight match as they beat Fleur-de-Lys 23-17 thanks to tries by prop Kieron Mahoney and wing Dafydd Hicks.
Fleur-de-Lys 2 Windmill 2: (Kevin Harris 33 Craig Merry 45, Wayne Bosworth 26 Dave Ensor 59, Carl Underhill 61 Dave Parsons 18, Jamie Home 56 Pete North 43).
Daniel Clark, 16, from Fleur-de-lys, said: "I have had the most enjoyable two weeks of my life, everyone has been so friendly and I have learned a lot.