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flagstaff1

Syllabification: flag·staff
Pronunciation: /ˈflaɡˌstaf
 
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noun

Another term for flagpole.
Example sentences
  • But it turns about out of the 900 government and subsidized schools, there are still about 60 which do not have flagstaffs and therefore cannot raise the national flag.
  • On St George's Day, if a government building has two flagstaffs, the Cross of St George may be flown together with the Union Jack - providing the former is not in a superior position.
  • The flagstaffs in front of the National Palace of Culture will be turned into huge candles.

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Flagstaff2

Syllabification: Flag·staff
Pronunciation: /ˈflaɡstaf
 
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A city in north central Arizona, near the San Francisco Peaks, home to Lowell Observatory and the University of Northern Arizona; population 60,222 (est. 2008).

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