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In [[heraldry]], '''chevronny''' refers to a two coloured [[field]], divided into a series of lines in the shape of inverted v's. The exact number of lines is left to the discretion of the artist, however there must always be an even number in order to differentiate it from a field charged with a number of [[chevronnel]]s.
 
In [[heraldry]], '''chevronny''' refers to a two coloured [[field]], divided into a series of lines in the shape of inverted v's. The exact number of lines is left to the discretion of the artist, however there must always be an even number in order to differentiate it from a field charged with a number of [[chevronnel]]s.
   

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In heraldry, chevronny refers to a two coloured field, divided into a series of lines in the shape of inverted v's. The exact number of lines is left to the discretion of the artist, however there must always be an even number in order to differentiate it from a field charged with a number of chevronnels.

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