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'''Hauriant''' is a [[heraldry|heraldic]] [[posture]] used to describe [[fish]]. A ''fish haurient'' is lying straight, usually with the head to the top of the [[device]].
 
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'''Hauriant''' is a [[heraldry|heraldic]] [[posture]] used to describe [[fish]]. It indicates that the charge is upright, or palewise, with its head towards the [[chief]].
 
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Hauriant is a heraldic posture used to describe fish. It indicates that the charge is upright, or palewise, with its head towards the chief.