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  • It was given a coat-of-arms that is still in use today.
  • We can easily see where the cross of the coat of arms comes from.
  • Although no longer used, the coat of arms still has official status.
  • Their coat does not reach full development until the cat is two years old.
  • A bear also appears in the coat of arms of the city.
  • A door is featured in the coat-of-arms the family acquired.
  • The same coat of arms is still used by the province.
  • The king and queen use a royal flag with the greater national coat of arms.
  • Today, it can be seen within the coat of arms of Spain.
  • It will take around two months for them to get their adult coats.
  • Red and yellow are used in the coat of arms that appears on the state flag.
  • The first is to turn one's cap or coat inside out.
  • Most other coats of arms of cities show a wall instead of a crown.
  • His mother's coat of arms can be seen on the column.
  • They generally go out of their way to keep their coats clean.
  • She is featured on the city's coat of arms.
  • They had a son who adopted his mother's name and his father's coat-of-arms.
  • Confusion may also be caused because the college's coat of arms has a yellow/gold field.
  • The ring includes the pope's coat of arms on the inside.
  • The coat of arms was created and granted with the municipality in the 1970s.
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Meaning of coat

  • noun An outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors
  • noun Growth of hair or wool or fur covering the body of an animal
  • verb Put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface
    coat the cake with chocolate
  • verb Cover or provide with a coat
  • verb Form a coat over
    Dirt had coated her face