But G. and F. sal signified a court of government; T. salfut, seignorial property; and this code was apparent y a court regulation. G. uzlia, from ... SALTIER, s. in heraldry, a figure in form of St Andrewa#39;s cross. said to represent an engine for taking wild beasts ; L. salluarius , - IF. sautoir, belonging to a forest. ... A. saab is liquid. 2.
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