hammer and sickle
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Even her last public appearance — her funeral — was marked by the Communist Party hammer and sickle flag that adorned her coffin.
One featured a drawing of Sessions's face over a Soviet hammer and sickle.
The main stage is adorned with giant red flags flanking the hammer and sickle.
Leave aside the double standard here — how many hipsters are there with the hammer and sickle or Mao’s red star on their T-shirts?
Lukashenko has banned the red-and-white flag Belarus adopted just after the U.S.S.R. collapsed and restored a Soviet-era one, minus the hammer and sickle.
The hammer and sickle of communism can still be seen, but they are far outnumbered by Nike swooshes and the interlocking C’s of the Chanel logo.
Some bottles play on politics such as Donald’s Populist Punch, Hillary’s Liberal Limeade, and Leninade, a pink strawberry lemonade soda sporting the Soviet hammer and sickle on the label.
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