herald

  1. (formal) a person who announces important news
  2. an indication of the approach of something or someone

Herald

HMS Herald was a British surveying vessel of 1320 tons displacement launched in 1918 as the Merry Hampton before being converted during 1922 and 1923 at Devonport. HMS Herald had a top speed of 17 knots and carried a complement of 132. Armaments consisted of one 3-pdr gun.
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herald

[Verb] To show signs that a future event is going to happen.
Example: His rise to power heralded a new type of government.
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herald

[n] - (formal) a person who announces important news
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Herald

Short range Airliner, Handley Page [UK]
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Herald

Her'ald noun [ Middle English herald , heraud , Old French heralt , heraut , herault , French héraut , Late Latin heraldus , haraldus , from (assumed) Old High German heriwalto , hariwaldo , a (civil) officer who serves the arm...
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Herald

Her'ald transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Heralded ; present participle & verbal noun Heralding .] [ Confer Old French herauder , heraulder .] To introduce, or give tidings of, as by a herald; to proclaim; to ann...
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Herald

• (n.) A forerunner; a a precursor; a harbinger. • (v. t.) To introduce, or give tidings of, as by a herald; to proclaim; to announce; to foretell; to usher in. • (n.) An officer whose business was to denounce or proclaim war, to challenge to battle, to proclaim peace, and to bear messages from the commander of an army. He was invest...
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herald

(from the article `circus`) ...and performers, musicians, animal attendants, wardrobe crews, drivers, and brakemen assembled for the grand free street parade that was usually ...
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herald

originally, an officer in medieval Europe charged with carrying messages to and from the commanders of opposing armies; in modern times, a ... [2 related articles]
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Herald

[magazine] Picture of old field ...
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Herald

[Community of Christ] Herald (formerly The True Latter Day Saints` Herald and The Saints` Herald) is the official periodical of the Community of Christ. It is published monthly in English in Independence, Missouri, by Herald House Publishing. The True Latter Day Saints` Herald was first published in January 1860, shortly after the organizat...
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Herald

Herald is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Herald

knights assistant and an expert advisor on heraldry
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Herald

[Pakistan] The Herald is a monthly magazine published in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is a political magazine owned by Pakistan Herald Publications Limited (PHPL), which also publishes the Dawn Group of Newspapers. It is considered to be a neutral magazine and produces many large or breaking stories. It was started in 1969. == Current edito...
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Herald

A herald, or, more correctly, a herald of arms, is an officer of arms, ranking between pursuivant and king of arms. The title is commonly applied more broadly to all officers of arms. Heralds were originally messengers sent by monarchs or noblemen to convey messages or proclamations—in this sense being the predecessors of the modern diplomats. I...
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