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a leader of a cause or party



an individual charged with the honor and responsibility of carrying the colors in a military formation. In the Russian army the standard-bearer was chosen from the ranks of noncommissioned officers with battle decorations. In the Soviet army he is designated by order for each unit and is usually a sergeant or officer, usually with government decorations, or a soldier with excellent results in battle and political training. Two assistants are assigned to protect the colors and to replace the standard-bearer if he is disabled.

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The group recommended that discussions be held on the party's decision including Chairman Paye's announcement of support to stage a protest on June 7; the indefinite suspension without investigation of the party's stalwarts in the Liberian Senate; the commencement of a process of participating in a coalition without broad consultations among founding executives, auxiliaries, membership, and the case at the National Elections Commission over the expulsion of Standard Bearer Emeritus, Mrs.
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THE Prince of Wales will today warn that Britain is in danger of relinquishing its world class reputation as the "standard bearer of quality manufacturing and engineering" if more young people are not attracted into the industries.
YOUR recent colour photograph taken on the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II showed the standard bearers proudly carrying aloft their respective organisations' colourful standards and my mind took be back to the time when I was the standard bearer for the Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women of Cardiff.
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