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In [[heraldry]] an '''annulet''' is a subordinary in the shape of a ring. Two annulets interlaced are called ''embraced''. Three interlaced can be called a ''Gemel ring''. A pattern of interlaced annulets is termed ''a network of annulets interlaced''.
 
In [[heraldry]] an '''annulet''' is a subordinary in the shape of a ring. Two annulets interlaced are called ''embraced''. Three interlaced can be called a ''Gemel ring''. A pattern of interlaced annulets is termed ''a network of annulets interlaced''.

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In heraldry an annulet is a subordinary in the shape of a ring. Two annulets interlaced are called embraced. Three interlaced can be called a Gemel ring. A pattern of interlaced annulets is termed a network of annulets interlaced.