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I greatly enjoyed my time at Fleur-de-Lis and remember with great fondness the teachers and other staff who provided me with such wonderful memories and a great education.
8, 1997--In a move that could revolutionize the sales process of the floral industry, Fleur-de-Lis, an Orange County-based provider of high-end floral arrangements and services, has developed two new programs to service the Southern California market.
From its special serial number which begins with "1963" to its highly figured stock accented by a bold fleur-de-lis checkering pattern to its machine-cut engraving patterns and gold filled sporting scenes, the 50th Anniversary Limited Edition is already a collector's prize, and with its 28-inch ribbed barrel, it would make a great looking field gun as well.
The stock has raised side panels with fleur-de-lis drop points and a scalloped-edge pearl grip cap with gold screw.
Previous lawn art triumphs have been a Welsh dragon, the word croeso (welcome), a fleur-de-lis and a labyrinth.
Although the Fleur-de-Lis was from time immemorial used in ornamentation of crowns and scepters, it seems to have been first formally adopted as the Arms of Royalty in France by Louis VII, called Lejeune, in 1147.
With a background in the clothing trade, including a senior position at the former clothing plant in Ashington and work as an accountant at Fleur-de-Lis Furnishings UK, as well as experience as a managing director within the industrial conglomerate BTR, Keast is perfectly placed to help take MES to the next level.
She finally had the stitches taken out six weeks ago, and has now returned to the classroom in Fleur-de-Lis Primary school to show off her new locks to her friends.
On the walls inside Finn McCool's, Jax, Dixie and Regal beer trays share space with Celtic football club banners and championship marquees, antique rifles hang alongside an MRE ration and a Celtic cross, Irish hurley sticks, the occasional fleur-de-lis and a Belfast street sign.
Pan gyhoeddwyd yn yr Eisteddfod mai Fleur-de-lis oedd ffugenw''r bardd buddugol, ni safodd neb ar ei draed.
Ovcharov is 100 percent sure that the ring originated in medieval France since its decoration with enamel is typical of the French goldsmiths, and the fleur-de-lis (lilies) were the sign of the French rulers.
Her seemingly virile fingers occupy a ringed and iron gauntlet as she holds high the palpitating flag in the sky with its golden splendor of the fleur-de-lis.