Blue Mantle

Blue Mantle

n
(Heraldry) one of the four pursuivants of the British College of Arms
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On its return, the almost a meter tall (3 feet) wooden image, showing Virgin Mary clad in a white garment with a blue mantle while carrying a baby Jesus Christ wearing a white tunic, was secured to a pillar.
If you want to try pinhole photography but are unfamiliar with using a film camera, Matt from Blue Mantle Films has a neat 1.
2 blue mantle (Rebecca Meyers) A stately, poetic meditation on the ocean, embracing literary, visual, and musical representations of its allure and associated dangers.
And why, in the final pages of the opera, does Chrysothemis appear like a vision of the Virgin Mary, in a blue mantle and illuminated by celestial white light?
GEORGE Duffield and Mark Prescott have been winning races at Musselburgh for the best part of 30 years and struck yet again yesterday with Blue Mantle.
Therefore, in the Adoration of the Magi, see that the Madonna is decent in visage [con viso honesto] and is presented as nearly in full-face as possible, with the blue mantle over her head, or at least covering both shoulders, very well composed, and above all revealing no bare feet.
Ateneo has been used to winning so much that for half a decade the UAAP basketball landscape remained under its blue mantle.