crest

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  • Info Crest is a UK-based central securities depository that holds UK equities and UK gilts as well as Irish equities and other international securities. more...
  • Originally, the club used the same crest as the one used by the city itself.
  • His family lived in a home bearing the family crest of his mother.
  • The shape and design of the crest has changed numerous times since it was first produced.
  • The idea behind the new crest was to give the club a new fresh image.
  • They also have a crest on top of their head, which sometimes lies flat.
  • It should be noted that none of these designs actually became the official club crest.
  • To that effect, his crest was pushed back and his eyes were once again made green.
  • The crest is made of five silver towers due to its city status.
  • It has a short crest on the top of its head.
  • These two lines are the true foundation of every Chinese crested alive today.
  • Usually only one wave crest will be present at any given time in an arena.
  • It appears as if the crested group is close to becoming a distinct species.
  • Another black spot became apparent and moved up the snow to join the other on the crest.
  • He also provided an explanation of what each element of the crest represented.
  • The crest shows the city's status as a county seat.
  • It's not known why this re-adopted crest is kept after this anniversary.
  • They form, in fact, in a narrow zone near the crest of the highest mountains.
  • Their three crests are on the head, along the body and along the tail.
  • His children took on these names and crests as well, although his sons would lose them when they got married.
  • The small white crests of the waves look as if covered with snow. Cited from In the World War, by Count Ottokar Czernin
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Meaning of crest

  • noun The top line of a hill, mountain, or wave
  • noun (heraldry) in medieval times, an emblem used to decorate a helmet
  • noun A showy growth of e.g. feathers or skin on the head of a bird or other animal
  • verb Reach a high point
    The river crested last night