Coat Of Arms Quotes by Jean Cocteau, Antoine Rivarol, Harold Wilson, Christian Louboutin and many others.
Every poem is a coat of arms. It must be deciphered. How much blood, how many tears in exchange for these axes, these muzzles, these unicorns, these torches, these towers, these martlets, these seedlings of stars and these fields of blue!
The personal pronoun “I” should be the coat of arms of some individuals.
With the ministry’s motto ‘Research on a Shoestring’ emblazoned on his coat of arms, he has to struggle with a treasury more interested in surtax relief than national survival. [Responding to an earlier statement by British Science Minister, Lord Hailsham, that British scientists were being recruited by the U.S.]
People are proud of their tattoos. It’s like a modern coat of arms.