Emblem

An emblem is a pictorial image, abstract or representational, that epitomizes a concept — e.g., a moral truth, or an allegory — or that represents a person, such as a king or saint.

Read more about Emblem:  Distinction: Emblem and Symbol, Other Terminology, Emblems in History

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List Of Raven Series - Series 6 (2007)
... the first female warrior to wear the Mountain Emblem in the final because all the other finalist's in the other series before who had the mountain emblem in the final were male and apart from Tezan the only other ... on day 3 of week 1 instead of Galna then all 3 male warrior's with the moon emblem from Week 2 ... and 3 Kerud Branic and Ilan would have all been eliminated on ... Series 6 Warriors Warrior Name Real Name Emblem Warrior Name Real Name Emblem Warrior Name Real Name Emblem Warrior Name Emblem Week 1 Kenat Katie McKinnon Week 2 Rohak Jake Hepworth Week 3 ...
Emblem, Wyoming - Education
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Sharaba - As Emblem
... adopted Sharabha, with modifications and also appropriate justifications, as their emblem or logo ... Gandaberunda (Gun-daa-bhae-rundaa, from Kannada) is the emblem of the Government of Karnataka ... The interpretation provided for adopting Ganduberunda as the emblem, is that Shiva - the best friend of Vishnu - took the mythical animal form of Sharabha, with his wings ...
Squire Roses - Emblem
... The Columbian Squire Roses emblem symbolizes the ideals which identify a Squire Rose ... A red rose adorns the emblem, symbolic of womanhood and of blossoming life ... The emblem is encircled with a golden ring, signifying the value and perpetuity of the group, and that all within are equal ...

Famous quotes containing the word emblem:

    Pharisaism, obtuseness and tyranny reign not only in the homes of merchants and in jails; I see it in science, in literature, and among youth. I consider any emblem or label a prejudice.... My holy of holies is the human body, health, intellect, talent, inspiration, love and the most absolute of freedoms, the freedom from force and falsity in whatever forms they might appear.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    Talking in bed ought to be easiest,
    Lying together there goes back so far,
    An emblem of two people being honest.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    I had often stood on the banks of the Concord, watching the lapse of the current, an emblem of all progress, following the same law with the system, with time, and all that is made ... and at last I resolved to launch myself on its bosom and float whither it would bear me.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)