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1. Heraldry Designating an animal with only the upper part depicted.
2. Archaic Emerging.
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(Heraldry) heraldry emerging or issuing
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(ˈɪʃ u ənt)

(of a heraldic animal) rising with only the forepart visible.
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case will then lead to an issuant of a Limited Exclusion Order (LEO) that would
At the lower point of the seal is the de Geneville coat of arms: "azure, three barnacles in pale or, on a chief ermine a demi-lion rampant issuant gules" (Conwell 391; Aveling 248).
And the same must apply to ground: if ground is antecedent in respect of its consequent, it is transcendentally a second-order consequent but descendentally, so to speak, a first-order issuant of that from which ground itself issues.