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Synonyms for American flag

the national flag of the United States of America

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57 percent of men), and Portland Metro area residents are less likely than their Eastern Oregonian counterparts to ever display an American flag (44 percent vs.
The American flag has become a symbol of the national identity as Americans; it is becoming the patriotic polygraph test and is now becoming the Republican Party mascot.
The American flag has flown on school flagpoles as far back as the first state school houses in the U.
Instead, Volokh said the American flag case will turn on whether the administrators overreacted in barring the American flag in the face of a perceived threat of violence.
It breaks my heart when I find American flags in the garbage next to dirty diapers.
A single exposure to an American flag resulted in a significant increase in participants' Republican voting intentions, voting behavior, political beliefs, and implicit and explicit attitudes, with some effects lasting eight months," reads the study titled, "Long-Term Effects of U.
soldiers raising the American flag at Iwo Jima during World War II, above.
The $50 note includes enhanced security features, subtle background colors of blue and red, images of a waving American flag, and a small metallic silver-blue star.
After the cowardly attacks in September 2001, American flags were ubiquitous.
Containers, estimated at 16,000, will move by American Flag liner service vessels.
Gratuitous nudity, sexual suggestiveness, body Nazism, and desecration of the American flag aren't accurate reflections of most gays nor the image we should be presenting to the public as we battle for equality.
THE frontman of British band Jethro Tull has apologised for remarks made in a newspaper interview that seemingly criticised displays of the American flag.
The American flag, imagined flapping briskly in the wind, became the most common symbol characterizing this new American self-image.
Backlit by morning sunshine, an American flag waves in the breeze above a porch in Coburg as patriotism sprouts like spring bulbs, offering a somber but poignant reminder of coalition troops fighting in the war in Iraq.
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