Flagpole


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flagpole

[′flag‚pōl]
(engineering)
A single staff or pole rising from the ground and on which flags or other signals are displayed; on charts the term is used only when the pole is not attached to a building.

Flagpole

A pole on which a flag, banner, or emblem may be raised and displayed; may be self-supporting or attached to a building.

flagpole

A pole on which a flag, banner, or emblem may be raised and displayed.
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Councilor DJ Bagatsing on Tuesday filed a draft resolution urging the Department of Public Works and Highways and the National Parks Development Committee to set aside the project for a new flagpole at Rizal Park in light of the pork barrel scam.
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POLICE officers in Woodbridge, Suffolk, have been banned from flying the Union flag from their station because reaching the flagpole involves leaning out of a window.
PALMDALE - Kicking off a monthlong series of events to honor Vietnam veterans, a flagpole was dedicated on the grounds outside the Palmdale Playhouse.
Legion cook Rod James discovered the theft yesterday morning when he spotted a flagpole on the pavement in Vaughan Street near the branch entrance.