Recent Examples of flagpole from the Web
In 2005, the Turkish army bulldozed Kastros, a fishing settlement dating to perhaps 8000 years ago, to make way for massive flagpoles and a road.
Kosoir’s answer was to raise up to $25,000 to put up her own 30-by-50-foot Black Lives Matter flag on an 80- foot flagpole.
For years, Eleanor Mengert flew a flag on a flagpole outside her Waukesha home, with a nameplate bearing her missing brother's name.
While holding the flagpole, Cathy Journey, a friend of his from his college days at Washington State in the late 1970’s, ran up to him unexpectedly.
The new project would mount taller flagpoles, install a better plaza with planters and seating, and erect a 40-foot tower with a carillon to chime the hours.
Parishioner John Kadelak, of Merrillville, walked around the fenced off church Tuesday morning, pointing to the large stone near the flagpole that was donated in 2012.
On Monday, about 40 students assembled outside the high school's flagpole for a morning protest.
Instead, O’Connor scaled the flagpole and attached an Irish one.
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