He looked pointedly at the insigne on Stan's pocket, then held out a tablet.
The insigne you will recognize as a starfish opening an oyster.
As it drew near, he saw the insigne of the Solar Guard on the hood.
Morren describes a flower of Cypripedium insigne, in which there were two sepals and two petals.
It turned up among a quantity of Cypripedium insigne in the greenhouse of Mrs. Spicer, a lady residing at Twickenham.
Rope (insigne of office) round waist for driving cattle, and tying the legs of cows when milking them.
Such vengeance were indeed signal, 'an insigne vengeance:'—O Brunswick, what words thou writest and blusterest!
The insigne of the washermen at Conjeeveram is a pot, such as that in which clothes are boiled.
Another step forward and he saw something else above the insigne, a bar of black.
They saw three figures, all in cadet uniforms, wearing the insigne of the Capella unit.