Reverse Side

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Seal Of Maryland - Current Seal - Reverse Side
... The reverse of the seal shows the Calvert arms, described as follows Quarterly first and fourth, a paly of six Or and Sable, a bend counterchanged quarterly second and third, quarterly ... former holding a spade and the latter a fish the mantling of ermine (reverse Gules) is entire and surrounds the whole composition ... Though the reverse side has been the only part of the seal to be cut and is the part of the seal that is primarily used on official government documents, the obverse side can be found displayed around the state ...
Nuclear Energy In Sweden - The Advisory Referendum On Nuclear Power (1980)
... out of production will be determined by security concerns." There was no text on the reverse side of the ballot ... The front side of the ballot for "Linje 2" had almost identical wording to that of "Linje 1" ... However, on the reverse side, the following text was added "Energy conservation shall be pursued vigorously and stimulated further ...
Cross Of Honor Of The German Mother - Decoration - Cross Reverse Side Inscription
... Inscribed on the reverse side of the cross, of which two official reverse-side styles exist, is the inscription ”Das Kind adelt die Mutter” (The Child ennobles the Mother) found on the ... On the succeeding version produced from 1939-1945 the initial former reverse inscription was replaced during production with the date of the decoration decree ”16 ...

Famous quotes containing the words side and/or reverse:

    Let him
    Who was love’s teacher teach you too love’s cure;
    Let the same hand that wounded bring the balm.
    Healing and poisonous herbs the same soil bears,
    And rose and nettle oft grow side by side.
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    During the late war [the American Revolution] I had an infallible rule for deciding what [Great Britain] would do on every occasion. It was, to consider what they ought to do, and to take the reverse of that as what they would assuredly do, and I can say with truth that I was never deceived.
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