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  • Starship: Flagship is a well-executed conclusion to a consistently entertaining series.

    REVIEW: Starship: Flagship by Mike Resnick

  • The Flagship is a tiny plane, more like a kite, with a fabric fuselage no wider than a yardstick.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "The plans for the revitalization of the Flagship could be a long way out," Fertitta said in a letter.

    The Daily News - News

  • Only a BBC employee could refer to Marx's twitterings as "Flagship".

    Splash!

  • "Flagship" configurations include: AssuredSAN 3930R Hybrid 8Gb Fibre Channel/iSCSI with 12 3. 5-inch disk drives; 3920R Hybrid 8Gb Fibre Channel/iSCSI with 24 2. 5-inch disk drives; 3730R

    eWeek - RSS Feeds

  • "Flagship" Parks Vehicle Use Fee: Fees will increase from $6/$7 per vehicle to $8 per vehicle at parks with significant amenities and high visitation.

    Traffic - WCBSTV.com

  • Illinois had been lauded as the "Flagship" state for all others to follow regarding the expansion of the Medicaid entitlement programs.

    Illinois Review

  • Prices for the "Flagship" wines are $165-$175; the "Single Vineyard" series runs $100 to $110; the "Garden" series wines cost $65; and the

    Bigger Than Your Head

  • Yes this is a "Flagship" phone, but its the first model, there will be more to come, and problems can occur.

    Everything Treo

  • J-P's example of "Flagship" or Roadshow cinemas which began showing eveything under the sub in masked widescreen ratios is now quite exhaustively discussed elsewhere, in particular Universal's propensity for imposing their widescreen regime retrospectively on movies from 53 to 56.

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