Institute of Work Study

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INSTITUTE OF WORK STUDY (1959-1964)

Arms of Institute of Work Study

Official blazon

Arms : Tierce in pairle gules, azure and argent, in chief an open book proper, bound and garnished Or, and in base two cranes respectant, each grasping in the dexter claw a rock, all counterchanged.
Crest: On a wreath argent and gules, An owl proper grasping in the dexter claw a torch Or enflamed also proper.
Motto: Veritatem petimus

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on November 1, 1960.

The motto means : We seek the truth

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