The bossed kite-shield occurs in the enamel of Geoffrey Plantagenet; in the pyx named above; and in harl.
It is well shown in a MS. of the close of the twelfth century, harl.
No. 14—In a heraldic drawing, 1558, of the arms of Elizabeth, in harl.
Such hand-brakes are laborious in use, and often tear the harl into tow.
We came to an unoccupied lighted room—harl's room, though I did not know it then.
The conical chapel is seen in our engraving, No. 58; it occurs also in harl.
harl Neilson was chunky and fair-haired, with a healthy looking red-brown skin.
harl was to punt throughout the night, hoping to reach safety by dawn.
We flashed past Larry, Tina and harl who were arriving at 1777 in pursuit of us.
Tina and harl, with Larry, chased our cage and stopped in a night of the summer of 1777.