roundels in English

a small disk, especially a decorative medallion.
Antarctic veteran Bill Storer presents the roundel of Auster A11-201 to the director of the RAAF Museum, David Gardner.
a short poem consisting of three stanzas of three lines each, rhyming alternately, with the opening words repeated as a refrain after the first and third stanzas. The form, a variant of the rondeau, was developed by Swinburne.
Swinburne commanded an impressive variety of verse forms, writing in classical metres, composing burlesques, modern and mock-antique ballads, roundels , etc.

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1. Roundels with tiled conical roofs require special tiles.

2. The main themes were decorated pillars, trefoils and roundels.

3. Four semi-roundels occupy the spaces between the arms of the saltire.

4. The German aircraft carry black crosses; the British, tri-colour roundels and tail markings.

5. These figures are in the central roundel, while active seabeasts occupy the semi-roundels.

6. The light flooded down from five roundels high up on the far long side, as though in a cathedral clerestory.

7. The twelve enamel plaques were made in Byzantium during the tenth century, but the roundels were made locally at Regensburg.