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This page is way off. The "cross moline" is so called in French sometimes, but in English heraldry is never called an "anchored cross" and at any rate it is not a religious symbol but (unlike every other cross, which is) is supposed to represent a millstone. --Daniel C. Boyer 14:41, 28 February 2007 (UTC)