- heraldry a charge consisting of the lower half of a diagonally divided quarter, usually in the top left corner of the shield
C16: from Old French giron a triangular piece of material, of Germanic origin; related to Old High German gēro triangular object; compare gore ³
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Voters recalled Morse by a tight margin of 51% to 49%, while Giron lost by a slightly larger tally of 56% to 44%.Colorado Politicians Ousted Over Gun Control Legislation
September 11, 2013
Owen Loftus, the communications director for the Colorado Republican Party, attacked Giron on the latter issue.
Rivera had planned to run against Giron in 2014 and simply sped up his campaign for the recall.
Giron has taken other positions that have provoked local ire, including her support for water rights and renewable energy.
Just like Rivera, Giron is sure that a majority of her constituents support her.
Some one in the second section intoned the regimental march, 'Allons, giron.'Atlantic Narratives
Some one in the second section intoned the regimental march, "Allons, Giron."A Soldier of the Legion
She has done so, but to no avail, and Giron left for Brussels to-night.The Secrets of Potsdam
William Le Queux
I could obtain no more; and Giron has declared, that it would be to no purpose to urge that business any further.Letters of John Calvin, Volume I (of 4)
On the following day we visited the establishment of the Giron Brothers, ribbon manufacturers.A Journey Through France in War Time
Joseph G. Butler, Jr.