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Stars and Stripes

nickname for the U.S. flag. [Am. Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 8567]
See: America
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Old Glory's rivals include maiden winners Inverleigh, who ran second in a Listed event at Fairyhouse on his second start and who will be tackling the trip for the first time, and Klute, who finished last of six in the Group 2 Futurity Stakes at the Curragh in August.
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The first is called an ensign, and that's "Old Glory," the 50-star flag that we all recognize.
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Masur's book about that photograph, "The Soiling of Old Glory: The Story of a Photograph That Shocked America," has been published by Bloomsbury.
The character of the Old Vet is based on a figure from McEachin's other works, including short films "Reveille" and "Old Glory," the latter of which will unspool before the play itself.
If Old Glory is a good name for our flag, write L in space 16.
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