Medium-sized, gibbous shell; dorsal and ventral margins subparallel; ventral margin broadly convex; anterior and posterior margins subequally convex; beaks located one-third length posterior to anterior margin, incurred, prosogyrate; lunule and escutcheon
not visible; broad, shallow sulcus extending from umbonal area to ventral margin posterior to midlength; surface with numerous closely-spaced, comarginal ridges with two to four finer ridges between coarser ridges; internal features not observed.
Both of these carved slabs differ in important ways from the escutcheon
commonly listed for the Castello family of England, notably in the absence of a lion icon.
Handle knobs, and escutcheons
are examples of decorative functional parts, and the use of laminates in electrical equipment and molded phenolic distributor vases are examples of purely functional parts.
She sees the visible evidence of the Elphberg "strain" in Rudolf Rassendyll as an indicator of his "natural" tendency toward shiftlessness and the kind of (implied) loose morality that caused a blot on the family escutcheon
in the first place.
There's no base, no bonnet, no escutcheon
and no seams.
Both collections include a coordinating soap dispenser and optimal escutcheon
Grip panels: Checkered Rosewood with new Ruger escutcheon
In continuing his story beyond arrival in the North, Craft is clearly both highly cognizant of his audience's nationality and ingratiating toward them: toward the end of his narrative he asks God to bless American abolitionists who are working "to cleanse their country's escutcheon
from the foul and destructive blot of slavery" and hopes that "may God ever smile upon England and upon England's good, much-beloved, deservedly-honoured Queen, for the generous protection that is given to unfortunate refugees of every rank, and of every color and clime.
before these can come American slavery must be crushed, and its foul stain wiped from the Nation[']s escutcheon
Charles Thomson, secretary of the Continental Congress, stated that the seal's escutcheon
has the same colors and meaning as those of the flag.
Basal half of vertex, margins and area between lateral carina of pronotum (except oblong area dark brown markings), area of inner omia and escutcheon
dirty yellowish white.
He has no popular mandate and continues to blot the Palestinian escutcheon
, staining the only democracy in the Middle East (Israel being altogether something else: an ethnocracy).
The next blot on the escutcheon
was Cosima's attempt, in 1914, to have her daughter Isolde declared no child of Wagner's in order to prevent Isolde's son Franz Biehler from threatening the Bayreuth succession she intended for her homosexual son Siegfried.
Priestley's Family, with Proposals for a new Escutcheon
," "Written on a Marble," "To a Lady, with some Painted Flowers," "To the Miss Websters, with Dr.
But when it comes to matters of taxation, trade and investment many on the left seem to retreat behind the same escutcheon
of `national sovereignty' that (as Craig Emerson notes in his chapter in Labor Essays) has been wielded by those on the right to defend laws discriminating against homosexuals or racial minorities, the willingness of State governments to allow the despoliation of the environment, or the harsh treatment of refugees.