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  • They have been used since ancient times as the personal seal of an individual.
  • Then they noticed what they thought was another seal approach the group.
  • The town was sealed off and several people died as a result of the disease.
  • SEALs brought a personal war to the enemy in a previously safe area.
  • His design is also used as the city's arms, flag and seal.
  • These he placed in a box which he sealed and left with the prisoners.
  • The seal features several mountains, a boat, a tree, and several buildings.
  • Over time, the original seal became worn and needed to be replaced.
  • The county government has since used the official Pennsylvania state seal for official documents.
  • Seals with such a design are thought to be a mark of high social rank.
  • The city also has a seal that can be seen in a few places in the inner city.
  • A woman, however, may not be sealed to more than one man while she is alive.
  • The seal showed a church under some clouds, the whole thing placed within a circle.
  • As a result seal hunting died off, although continuing at a low level.
  • She can be married by law, but not sealed in the temple.
  • Each of these men proposed a design for the seal.
  • The town flag is red with the seal prominent and in the center.
  • Soon after the island's formation, seals were seen around the island.
  • One is often asked whether seal's flesh does not taste of train oil. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • The sealing can be done in just a few hours; at most it takes a few days.
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Meaning of seal

  • noun A device incised to make an impression; used to secure a closing or to authenticate documents
  • noun The pelt or fur (especially the underfur) of a seal
    a coat of seal
  • noun A stamp affixed to a document (as to attest to its authenticity or to seal it)
    the warrant bore the sheriff's seal
  • noun A finishing coat applied to exclude moisture
  • noun Fastener that provides a tight and perfect closure
  • noun Any of numerous marine mammals that come on shore to breed; chiefly of cold regions
  • verb Make tight; secure against leakage
    seal the windows
  • verb Close with or as if with a seal
    She sealed the letter with hot wax
  • verb Decide irrevocably
    sealing dooms
  • verb Affix a seal to
    seal the letter
  • verb Hunt seals