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“This would create a dramatic incentive for what I call red-white-and-blue jobs," he said.”
“His account is unabashedly promotional—"Behind every cup of Starbucks is the world's highest-quality, ethically sourced coffee beans"—and replete with red-white-and-blue motivational maxims.”
“And now, as the top evangelist for broadcasters, he's preaching about another red-white-and-blue ideal: free and local television.”
“So Mr. Mickenberg commissioned a sculpture of 300 donated ladders depicting Roanoke's favorite icon: a half-century-old, red-white-and-blue neon star that shines down on the city from nearby Mill Mountain.”
“Simple municipal projects, whether filling in a giant pit, or making sure that a megalomaniacal confectioner doesn't make our children obese, can quickly become hopeless boondoggles that, without the help of tireless bureaucrats like Leslie Knope Amy Poehler, the Hilary Clinton of Central Indiana, would overwhelm even the most red-white-and-blue of Americans.”
“Recorded with Mr. Adams playing his trademark Buck Owens red-white-and-blue acoustic guitar, surrounded by a sympathetic rhythm section and guests Norah Jones and Benmont Tench on keys, the easy-going album flows with smart, sensitive songs, which Mr. Adams delivered onstage with appealing ease.”
“For raw emotional power, however, perhaps no relic in the book can beat a moth-eaten, red-white-and-blue Canadiens sweater known in Quebec as la sainte flanelle , worn in the early 1930s.”
“As long as we lead the next stage after that, we can still wear those big red-white-and-blue hats and shout “WHOO!””
“The day ended with Djokovic kissing the men's singles trophy and holding it high for hundreds of Serbian fans decked out in red-white-and-blue clothes of all descriptions.”
“One American team leader from Kansas had decorated the entire hallway with hundreds of small plastic American flags and red-white-and-blue streamers.”
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