A chevron Or means the gold chevron across the centre of the Shield.
There are cotises either side of the chevron which are white (Argent).
chevron discovered oil offshore several years ago, and the Cambodian government says it hopes to begin pumping oil in 2011.
Last Tuesday, the paper was 28 pages, with ads from chevron, Boeing, Novartis, and Kaiser Permanente, among others.
Nothing is sure in this business, but in the Ukraine, Shell and chevron appear to have doubled down.
The doorway in the south-west tower is Norman, and is adorned with chevron moulding, and beautifully designed.
A term in use for a fesse, bar, or chevron when embattled on both edges.
On a chevron engrailed, two lioncels rampant, between as many crescents.
The caudal region is also distinguished by its chevron bones.
Nor are these his arms, which were three Turks' heads borne over and beneath a chevron.
late 14c., from Old French chevron "rafter; chevron" (13c.), the accent mark so called because it looks like rafters of a shallow roof, from Vulgar Latin *caprione, from Latin caper "goat" (see cab); the hypothetical connection between goats and rafters being the animal's angular hind legs. Cf. Latin capreolus "props, stays, short pieces of timber for support," lit. "wild goat, chamoix."