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Stars and Stripes

nickname for the U.S. flag. [Am. Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 8567]
See: America
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The combination of the boat's size, light weight and stability makes New Zealand the longest and fastest monohull racer in the world, according to designers from both the New Zealand and Stars and Stripes teams.
Stars and Stripes has focused on the highest honors given for valor in a war zone, irrespective of rank.
Stars and Stripes will partner with the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA), and base newspapers stateside to reach 14 of the top 50 CFC markets worldwide.
The Stars and Stripes, whole and unmarred, flutter in the breeze on Devonshire Street in Chatsworth.
Heather is an excellent addition to the Stars and Stripes Omnimedia team.
Although Stars and Stripes distributes its printed newspaper primarily to the overseas military market, the special "Heroes" supplement will be circulated more widely.
Flag Day honors the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the national flag by the Second Continental Congress on June 14, 1777.
TSE: CX), one of North America's leading Internet professional services companies, is revamping Stars and Stripes Omnimedia's Internet presence.
WASHINGTON -- On October 13 Stars and Stripes, daily independent newspaper for the U.
Add the mammoth Lakers celebration planned for today in downtown Los Angeles, and it's pretty tough to ignore the truth: The Stars and Stripes will be running a poor second to Shaq and Kobe.
Stars and Stripes Omnimedia, the Internet's leading multimedia military content and solutions provider and publisher of the domestic veteran's newspaper The Stars and Stripes and http://www.
Stars and Stripes distributes its printed newspaper primarily to the overseas military market, however Stars and Stripes is expanding the distribution of the special "Heroes" supplement.