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the award given to the champion

a flag longer than it is wide (and often tapering)

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When I was a fledgling young fan, a pennant race was just that.
Continue the theme with smaller red and blue pennants draped on a simple grapevine wreath at the entrance.
Alison was inspired after she saw an article in Patchwork Magazine to say that the tradition of giving pennants at sporting occasions was going to be extended to the Olympics.
Now we can reveal the missing pennant was acquired by Colin Fairley's dad, Ted, and has been tucked away in an attic for years.
You wouldn't expect players to know how this all began in 1934, when Giants manager Bill Terry responded to a preseason question about the Dodgers by saying: ``I was just wondering if they're still in the league,'' and the sixth-place Dodgers got him back with a final-weekend sweep of the Giants that handed the pennant to the Cardinals.
The pennants are exchanged by club captains prior to the start of every Champions League fixture.
He goes on to win 10 pennants and seven World Series in 12 years.
The Pennant family, originally from Flintshire, owned large slave-run sugar plantations in the Clarendon area of the Caribbean island.
So did his teammates from the Boys of Summer, and all the Dodgers who followed when the team was winning all those league pennants and World Series rings.
The same year holds true for their last four pennants.
The pennants, emblazoned with a smiling-face logo, were put up earlier this month to welcome visitors to the Eurovision Song Contest on May 9, world leaders arriving at the G8 Summit on May 15 and delegates to the Lions convention in June.
THE commemorative pennants of all the teams Liverpool FC played on their way to last year's Champions League triumph have been stolen from Anfield.
pennants have often followed the acquisition of a new bullpen ace: Phil Regan (1966), Mike Marshall (1974), Forster (1978) and Jay Howell (1988) all were first-year Dodgers.
Eight pennants presented to the Reds' captain, Steven Gerrard, by opposing teams before each round of the 2004-2005 Champions League competition have been taken from the museum.