In popular or folk etymology, the name of Berlin is said to be Bär + lein - which means little bear.
Queensland's Coat of Arms has a shield with a bull's head, a merino ram, a pile of quartz and a gold pyramid with a spade and pick. These images symbolise the pastoral, mining and agricultural industries.The shield is supported by a red deer (an introduced species) and the brolga (Queensland's official state bird). The Queensland State badge sits at the top surrounded by two sugar cane stems. Sugar cane is a significant industry along Queensland's coast.The motto is "Audax et Fidelis", which means "Bold, Aye, and Faithful Too".
When you're talking about a city, county or country, the "coat of arms" is called a seal. The seal for Randwick City is as follows: Randwick's original seal, dating from 1859, the year of Randwick's incorporation as a Municipality, was replaced on 15 November 1938 with the new common seal. Dividing the centre of the seal is a cross, with stars and lion from the official coat of arms of NSW, indicating that Randwick is in the State of NSW Top left quarter: Spade and Pick representing industry and progress within the Municipality. Top right quarter: The Endeavour representing the municipality's association with Captain Cook, who landed at Botany Bay, on Randwick's southern boundary, in 1770. Lower left quarter: Wriggle lines of heraldic waves symbolise Randwick's popular surfing beaches and extensive ocean frontage. Lower right quarter: Spur and Strap signifies Randwick's world renowned connection with horse racing as well as the general sporting activity throughout the district.
Three shells has come to symbolize one who has made long journeys to far countries, one who has achieved naval command or great victories. The shells were popularised by pilgrims travelling to the Shrine of St James in Spain. The German word is Jacobsmuschel, meaning shell of St James. People travelling to the Shrine would pick up shells from the shores of Galicia as a souvenir and was also worn as a cap badge. It told bandits that the pilgrims travelled in peace
one man caring body drag collar drag firemen drag blanket drag caring in arms/ lovers caring pick-a-back carry two man craing two hand sit four handed sit three man caring
There are approximately 20,000 Federal and State firearm laws already on the books. These DO restrict the right to have and to carry firearms. Example- go to a gun shop to buy a gun. You must have at least two forms of ID to prove you are a resident of that state. You must pass a computer background check, and in some states, you will need to wait 5 days before you can pick up the gun. In other states, you must be fingerprinted, pass a background check, and pay a hefty fee to get a "Firearms Owner's ID Card" before you can look at a gun in a gun shop.
um... it means that you should go and pick up your coat :P
They have arms so that they can pick the bits of other dinosaurs out of their teeth.
Lupu Pick died on March 7, 1931, in Berlin, Germany of gastric trouble.
You are allowed to pick any bear you want at a build a bear party
She was born in Berlin.
Their arms and hands.
bear or wolf take your pick
um. . . its a teddy bear. . . it can't open eyes. . . but yes you can pick them up. .
weak means wobbaly or like arms that you can carry or pick up easily
Here are a few, easy steps to get a bear code. Option One 1. Go to a mall that has a Build-A-Bear Workshop. 2. Go to Build-A-Bear Workshop and pick out a bear. 3. Finish your purchase and put your bear online. Option Two 1. Go to www.buildabear.com 2. Pick a bear you like and add it to your cart. 3. Check out.
pick it up
There are no ammo pickups, but you can pick up other peoples' guns if they died.