Stars and Stripes


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Stars and Stripes

nickname for the U.S. flag. [Am. Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 8567]
See: America
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Stars and Stripes named 11 All-American teams made up of players who participated in the 2013 Stars and Stripes Winter World Championships and who will represent Stars and Stripes in competition in the fall of 2014.
Though funded by the military, Stars and Stripes is editorially independent, with full guarantee of First Amendment rights.
The enormous Stars and Stripes, raised on the a 90-foot flagpole, flew as a gesture of defiance throughout.
Designers of Stars and Stripes have opted to emphasize light weight and stability rather than size.
The relationships formed at a Stars and Stripes event put players and families in touch with many other opportunities on a year-round basis.
military makes the surprisingly quick transition from recovery to long-term rebuilding, Stars and Stripes continues to encounter conditions circulation managers back in the States never face.
The announcement follows a week of revelations by Stars and Stripes in which military public affairs officers who served in Afghanistan said that as recently as 2008 they had used reporter profiles compiled by The Rendon Group," the story added.
Stars and Stripes, the independent military newspapers, is placing its entire microfilm archive online, according to a release.