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- n. The flag of the United States.
- proper n. The official newspaper of the United States armed forces.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a popular name for the flag of the United States, which consists of thirteen horizontal stripes, alternately red and white, and a union having, in a blue field, white stars to represent the several States, one for each.
- n. See under Star, n.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the national flag of the United States of America
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The "Stars and Stripes" newspaper reports that Sergeant Asan Akbar is being transferred back to the U.S.
The English franklin and the English peasant who come here usually weigh their allegiance a little before they make up their minds; but, if they have been persuaded that Queen Victoria's reign is a "_baneful domination_," they either go to the United States at once, or to those portions of Canada where sympathy with the Stars and Stripes is the order of the day. [
During the exhibition, Faith Ringgold, Jean Toche and Jon Hendricks are arrested for their "desecrations" of the flag, which in Ringgold's case isn't really the use of a flag as much as it is a repainting of the flag with the words Die Nigger interspersed with the Stars and Stripes.
He was twice the ombudsman for the Stars and Stripes newspaper, which covers the U.S. military, and edited the Pentagon's "Early Bird" internal news-clipping service.
Their goal was to scandalize the guests who were already on the Island by pulling down the Stars and Stripes and replacing it with their Yippie flag.
With another former Stars and Stripes staffer, Oram C.
Rooney began writing for the Army publication Stars and Stripes in London and found himself on the frontlines of history.
As Stars and Stripes reported, some looked like they were dressed more for skiing than running.
The U.S. military newspaper Stars and Stripes is reporting a carrier group led by the USS Ronald Reagan was diverted to Japan as it sailed toward South Korea for military exercises.
He then served as the editor of the old Washington Journalism Review and twice as ombudsman for the Stars and Stripes newspaper.
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