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““Corpsmen” were required to stand at attention, to address their superiors as “Sir,” and to attend morning and evening flag-raising ceremonies.”
“/Akron Beacon Journal/Associated Press FLAG FIGHT: Vietnam veteran Fred Quigley, center, saluted in front of his house as he stood with supporters during a flag-raising ceremony in Macedonia, Ohio, on Wednesday.”
“The memorial depicting one of the most iconic images of World War II — the flag-raising by five Marines and a sailor on Mount Suribachi in 1945 on the island of Iwo Jima — is showing its age.”
“South Sudan celebrated its independence day Saturday with a flag-raising and a swearing-in ceremony for the new president in the capital Juba.”
“Somalia marked 51 years of independence late Thursday with a midnight flag-raising ceremony at the presidential palace in Mogadishu.”
“This week's side-by-side comparison of the online reputations of two contending candidates, Christine O'Donnell and Chris Coons, offers its fair share of flag-raising results.”
“We'll bring you pictures and videos from the jewel in Cardiff Bay from the the official flag-raising ceremony at the Norwegian Church Arts Centre.”
“Another man would inhale and exhale with circular arm motions as if he was exercising to the national anthem at the flag-raising ceremony.”
“Troops fighting in Afghanistan paused to remember the fallen, with some praying and holding flag-raising ceremonies to recognize the more than 1,400 who have been killed in combat there since the war began.”
“But Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said the flag-raising promotes a "divisive agenda.”
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