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Flaunches, in the arms of the town of Harlow
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Flaunches, in the arms of the town of Harlow
Flaunches, in the arms of the University of Hertfordshire
Flaunches, in the arms of the University of Hertfordshire

Extreme arching of the back. Arms of Harlow District Council. ... Arms of Harlow District Council. ... Harlow is a local government district and new town in Essex, United Kingdom. ... Image File history File links University_of_Hertfordshire_achievement_of_arms. ... Image File history File links University_of_Hertfordshire_achievement_of_arms. ... The University of Hertfordshire is a modern university based largely in Hatfield, in the county of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, from which the university takes its name. ...


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The Blazon Series
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Bend • Canton • Chevron • Chief • Cross • Fess • Flaunch • Pall • Pale • Saltire

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Flaunch. Who is Flaunch? What is Flaunch? Where is Flaunch? Definition of Flaunch. Meaning of Flaunch. (124 words)
A flaunch, in heraldry, is (arguably) an ordinary, one of two (as the flaunch is never borne singly) semicircles protruding into the field from the sides of the shield.
While supposedly the diminutives of flaunches are flasques and voiders (which likewise cannot be borne singly), these do not exist in modern heraldry.
Some heraldic writers say that it is a rule that the illegtimate son of a noblewoman must bear her arms upon "a surcoat"; that is, in the area between what appear to be flaunches significantly larger than normal.
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