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ban·de·role

or ban·de·rol  (băn′də-rōl′) also ban·ne·rol (băn′ə-rōl′)
n.
1. A narrow forked flag or streamer attached to a staff or lance or flown from a ship's masthead.
2. A representation of a ribbon or scroll bearing an inscription.

[French, from Italian banderuola, diminutive of bandiera, banner, from Vulgar Latin *bandāria; see banner.]

banderole

(ˈbændəˌrəʊl) or

banderol

;

bannerol

n
1. (Nautical Terms) a long narrow flag, usually with forked ends, esp one attached to the masthead of a ship; pennant
2. a square flag draped over a tomb or carried at a funeral
3. (Architecture) a ribbon-like scroll or sculptured band bearing an inscription, found esp in Renaissance architecture
4. (Heraldry) a streamer on a knight's lance
[C16: from Old French, from Italian banderuola, literally: a little banner, from bandiera banner]

ban•de•role

or ban•de•rol

(ˈbæn dəˌroʊl)

n.
1. a small flag or streamer.
2. a narrow scroll usu. bearing an inscription.
[1555–65; < Middle French < Italian banderuola=bandier(a) banner + -uola, variant of -ola -ole1]
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banderole

or banderol
also bannerol
noun
Fabric used especially as a symbol:
References in classic literature ?
A second squire held aloft his master's lance, from the extremity of which fluttered a small banderole, or streamer, bearing a cross of the same form with that embroidered upon his cloak.
The choicest tapestries which the looms of Arras could furnish draped the walls, whereon the battles of Judas Maccabaeus were set forth, with the Jewish warriors in plate of proof, with crest and lance and banderole, as the naive artists of the day were wont to depict them.
Quoique les circonstances enveloppant ces incidents restent encore a elucider, certaines sources mediatiques avancent qu'ils ont debute quand la police a essaye d'interdire certains supporters d'allumer des fumigenes dans le virage reserve aux supporters du Raja, alors que d'autres declarent qu'ils ont eclate lorsque les forces du stade ont tente d'empecher des fans rajaouis de derouler une banderole.
Amor Lahnine, adjoint du procureur de la republique du tribunal de premiere instance de Ben Arous a declare indique a l'Agence Tunis Afrique Presse lundi, que les supporters du club Africain qui ont deploye une banderole geante de soutien au Qatar oo il etait ecrit "On vous hait dirigeants arabes
In the year 2002, Bangladesh National Board of Revenue (NBR) introduced tax stamp and banderole system to combat tax evasion.
Label options include five-sided, three sided, banderole with or without bottom label, two half banderoles with separate bottom label and bottom only, allowing manufacturers to tailor the pack design to their precise product and branding requirements.
Label options include five-sided, three-sided, banderole with or without bottom label, two half banderoles with separate bottom label and bottom only, allowing manufacturers to tailor the pack design to their precise product and branding requirements.
The banderole above the offside or left-side passenger door lists Florence, Leeds, Haydenville and Williamsburg, indicating coach service in the villages near Northampton.
In the ceremony that held according the precedents of marines, Turkish Parliamentary Speaker Cemil Ecicek presented the banderole of the warship to its commander.
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The only figure not identified by a banderole is the female figure at the lower right.
The verbal elements that tell Toge's story appear in blobular spaces that seem to blend the figure of the cartoon balloon with the banderole or the ribbony scroll that sometimes issued from the mouths of praying figures in 16th-century engravings.