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pennant

1. a type of pennon, esp one flown from vessels as identification or for signalling
2. same as flag

pennant

[′pen·ənt]
(meteorology)
A means of representing wind speed in the plotting of a synoptic chart; it is a triangular flag, drawn pointing toward lower pressure from a wind-direction shaft.
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In 2019, Pennant said Track Access is expected to generate GBP230,000 in revenue.
In the footage shown on Wednesday, Pennant asked her to make sure her microphone was turned off before telling Ayling: "Yeah, I know I got a missus on the outside, but when we get out, they are going to ask all sorts of questions and you're just going to have to say it was banter."
Dad Gary Pennant, who was a drug dealer and addict, realised that 12-year-old Jermaine had nicked the disk after a shopping spree while living ins squalor.
Today, things are a bit more muddied, since there are no more pennant races--not really.
Pennant had been on trial with Tampines for a couple of weeks and, after proving himself up to scratch, agreed a deal the club's chairman Krishna Ramachandra described as "sexy".
"Pennant leverages our extensive asset base and operating experience in the Utica Shale region to create near-term value, as well as long-term sustainable growth for our customers and shareholders."
From teenage whiz-kid to a Champions League final, Pennant has played for some of English football's biggest clubs.
For large pennant garlands, cut each triangular pennant from doubled fabric with the top fold edge 8 inches across with 12-inch sides to the points.
The Pennant Flickory Bend NGL pipeline is 37 miles in length and originates at the Pennant Hickory Bend Processing Plant in Springfield Township, OH, and travels southwest through Mahoning and Columbiana counties, to Kensington, OH.
Forgotten star Pennant is out of contract at Stoke City in the summer and his days at the Britannia look numbered.
The Norwegian is contemplating giving the on-loan Pennant his home debut in this evening's Championship clash with Bolton Wanderers.
Wolves, for whom Pennant was making his debut after signing on loan from Stoke, had their hopes of a fourth successive away win ended by sizzling goals from James Vaughan and Jermaine Beckford - his 100th in league football - as battling Town went third in the Championship.