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In [[heraldry]], '''gyronny arrondy''' refers to a divided field with sections radiating out of the center and curving in one direction. It is very swirly and groovy. All lines pass through the center of the [[shield]]. Sometimes, the number of divisions is specified. In [[SCA]] [[heraldry]], the sections must alternate between a [[colour|color]] and a [[metal]]
 
In [[heraldry]], '''gyronny arrondy''' refers to a divided field with sections radiating out of the center and curving in one direction. It is very swirly and groovy. All lines pass through the center of the [[shield]]. Sometimes, the number of divisions is specified. In [[SCA]] [[heraldry]], the sections must alternate between a [[colour|color]] and a [[metal]]
   

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In heraldry, gyronny arrondy refers to a divided field with sections radiating out of the center and curving in one direction. It is very swirly and groovy. All lines pass through the center of the shield. Sometimes, the number of divisions is specified. In SCA heraldry, the sections must alternate between a color and a metal

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