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  • n. Plural form of swastika.

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Examples

  • Chris Travers: Also “wearing” swastikas is more common than you think.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Disagreement Need Not Equal Discourtesy

  • Also “wearing” swastikas is more common than you think.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Disagreement Need Not Equal Discourtesy

  • If so, then Germany has a lot bigger problem than banning swastikas is going to fix.

    Matthew Yglesias » The American Way

  • Prosecutors in Munich have launched legal action against the publisher of Zeitungszeugen on the grounds of copyright infringement and the publication of Nazi emblems, such as swastikas, which is a punishable offence in Germany.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Albertas would be prosecuted for printing and circulating swastikas, which is a criminal offence in Germany, and sued for breach of copyright.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Although Nazi symbols, such as swastikas, are banned in Germany, parties like the NPD can get public funding because they are legitimate political parties.

    Germany arrests two in suspected neo-Nazi stabbing

  • Although she incorporated references to the Holocaust such as swastikas, Stars of David, and images of crematoria into her anti-Vietnam War Series (1966 – 1970), her identity as a Jew was relegated to the background.

    Art in the United States.

  • The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) reports a total of 1,685 incidents (such as swastikas painted on synagogues, and other forms of vandalism) nationwide in 1990, an increase of 18 percent.

    Is It Bad For The Jews?

  • Your description of an AWB rally is exactly that of any ANC/SACP/COSATU rally, complete with its so-called "ex freedom fighters" in camouflage uniform lining the podium, huge banners with communist "swastikas" (do you even know what a swastika looks like?) all over the place.

    Guardian Online

  • Police obtained the warrant to search his apartment for handwriting samples; symbols, such as swastikas; and any writings related to violence toward Cook employees.

    The Roanoke Times: Home page

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