banner

All Noun
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  • The same kind of banners are also used in many other countries.
  • For the most part it has remained under cover and has marched under other banners.
  • A man and a woman carried large banners and there was a display along the road.
  • Both units use the original Green Mountain Boys battle flag as their banner.
  • He refused to allow banners on city property for the event.
  • There is currently a memorial up on this road where flowers and banners have been placed.
  • They were placed under the banner between their parents.
  • Its main rule is that no written messages or banners with words are allowed.
  • These banners were always carried into battle under the guard of an armed escort.
  • This episode marked the first appearances of Banner's father and sister.
  • This name is often used by fans of the football team both on banners and in conversation.
  • However after these games the number of protesters grew and so did the number of banners.
  • Each class had its own colors, banners, and songs which were brought out for the meet.
  • It has also been used as a peace banner.
  • It is difficult to achieve electoral success under the banner of any other party.
  • The banner at the bottom gives the name of the nation in French and English.
  • In the name of the Lord of Hosts do we set up our banners.
  • Banners with the new motto present on them can be seen around school grounds.
  • It was from this reign forward that the royal arms and the kingdom's arms became separate banners.
  • The banners move to cities and increase their defense level.
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Meaning of banner

  • noun Long strip of cloth or paper used for decoration or advertising