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Originally appearing in Volume V04, Page 437 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BRATTISHING, or BRANDISHING (from the Fr. breteche), in architecture, a sort of crest or ridge on a parapet, or species of embattlement. The term, however, is generally employed to describe the ranges of flowers which form the crests of so many parapets in the Tudor period.
End of Article: BRATTISHING, or BRANDISHING (from the Fr. breteche)
BRATLANDSDAL (i.e. Bratland valley)

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