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Thus defiled by fours, with the divers insignia of their grades, in that strange faculty, most of them lame, some cripples, others one-armed, shop clerks, pilgrim,
This done, the warrior assisted his master to replace the handsome jewelled metal of his harness with the plainer ornaments of an ordinary fighting man of Helium, and with the insignia of the same house that appeared upon the bow of the flier.
He had even gone so far as to appropriate and wear certain articles belonging to the murdered captain of the Cowrie--articles of apparel which bore upon them the badges and insignia of authority.
The pope heaped attentions upon Rospigliosi and Spada, conferred upon them the insignia of the cardinalate, and induced them to arrange their affairs and take up their residence at Rome.
Following the mimic representative of Hutchinson came a military figure, holding before his face the cocked hat which he had taken from his powdered head; but his epaulettes and other insignia of rank were those of a general officer, and something in his mien reminded the beholders of one who had recently been master of the Province House, and chief of all the land.
Here he disinterred the bodies of a dozen German askaris and found upon their uniforms the insignia of the company and regiment to which they had belonged.
We are very pleased with the continued, steady growth of our POPS network and welcome the participation of these new retailers," stated Scott Drill, President and CEO, Insignia Systems, Inc.
We're excited to celebrate yet another milestone in the Insignia POPS business," says Scott Drill, President and CEO, Insignia Systems, Inc.
Exceeding 10,000 contracted stores in our retailer network in less than five years is a great accomplishment and a true testament of the exceptional value of the POPS program," says Scott Drill, President and CEO, Insignia Systems, Inc.
Once again we are celebrating another major milestone in the Insignia POPS program," said Scott Drill, President and CEO, Insignia Systems, Inc.