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orle

(ɔːl)
n
(Heraldry) heraldry a border around a shield
[C16: from French, from ourler to hem]
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orle

(ɔrl)

n.
a narrow band on a heraldic charge.
[1565–75; < Middle French: hem, edge, derivative of ourler to hem < Vulgar Latin *ōrulāre]
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In his hand he bore that singular abacus, or staff of office, with which Templars are usually represented, having at the upper end a round plate, on which was engraved the cross of the Order, inscribed within a circle or orle, as heralds term it.
(40.) Mertz KJ, Weiss JB, Webb RM, Levine WC, Lewis JS, Orle KA, et al.
Patriotica 6.105 0,20 Orle Solis DC 5.194 0,17 Jorge Aguilar PINU 4.468 0,14 Andres Pavon UD 3.118 0,10 Fuente: Tribunal Supremo Electoral.
"And it's definitively working because not only do you see much more coffee coming out of Harrar these days, but you also note it in the quality and how the Harar coffees reaching the market now are coming back to the blueberry and wine taste it used to be so famous for," said Orle, who herself was born in Harar and raised in Ethiopia.
Gussie: He told me that you were starting orle almost immediately on one of those Round-the-World cruises.
NONAGRAM: clef; close; closer; cole; cool; cooler; creel; creosol; cresol; eclose; else; feel; flee; fleer; floc; floe; floor; flor; fool; FORECLOSE; leer; loco; loose; lore; lose; loser; orle; reel; resole; role; seel; self; sloe; socle; sole; solo; sorel.
The first question he asked the male orisha was "What about Oshun, the orle female among you?" Secondly, be asked them, "Did you give her due respect?" They reported that they not done so.
Orle respect aux morts ne se montre pas forcement par de la deference solennelle, mais aussi par une bruissante agitation.
Judge Orle decided to postpone the next court hearing for July 4.
Many other books have also been written on the subject by relatively unknown authors: 1acques et Cecile orle bonheur par le sport by Curnonsky (1920), Sauvee par les sports by Geo Urfer (1924), The love game (1925) by Suzanne Lenglen, Une femme "tres sport" by Maurice Aubyn (1926), Toujours pretes!