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5Abelyn or Abelyne, on a globe ppr., an eagle, wings expanded and inverted gu.

7Abenhall or Ablehall, two branches of laurel issuing cheveron-ways vert.151.

PART II (I.) MOTTOES.(2.) KEY TO PLATES,(3.) DICTIONARY OF TERMS.

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(compare) has been used, and means that the reference is given only for comparative purposes, the plate not corresponding precisely with the blazon ; this term, however, being only used where the difference is but slight.