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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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The flagpole should be white and the rope that raises the flag should be the same colour as the flagpole.
In a solemn atmosphere the president of turkmenistan laid a wreath at the foot of the magnificent giant flagpole.
It is not yet known which flags would fly from any renovated flagpole.
IN Monday's business page (ECHO, May 24) you reported on a man purporting to be patriotic with his free standing flagpole.
Earlier this year the group worked with artists to help create design ideas for a series of three flagpoles with decorative metal banners.
There were two criteria to qualify for the program, and the choice of the flagpole at the Senior Center met both.
The students joined with others of a similar mind-set to encourage other students throughout Texas to meet at their school flagpoles to pray simultaneously.
A 15-foot-high flagpole with a 4-by-5-foot American flag blowing in the wind.
But the bid was snubbed by Denbighshire County Council - which owns the building - amid fears the flagpole would be damaged on windy days.
The stone plaque in his honor at the Zia PVA flagpoles says: "In Memory and Recognition of Ernest T.
But in a strange twist, stadium plans being used by the project team underestimated the width of the 12-inch thick flagpoles by four inches.
Willamalane recently installed new flagpoles at six of its recreation sites.