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Plymols fibreglass flagpoles are unique, having the largest diameters and hence are the strongest fibreglass flagpoles engineered in the industry, second to none.
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Plymol Flags, Flag Poles and Flagstaffs are the premier flag pole and flag manufacture of choice, and have been manufacturing flagpoles and flags for over 45 years, Plymol flagpoles, and flags are produced,  using local tradesmen, and local skills.
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Contrary to myth, the US flag doesn’t have to be burned if it ever touches the ground, and it’s perfectly OK to clean it if it gets dirty, rather than rushing straight to the burning option.
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One of the most popular uses of a flag is to symbolize a nation or country. Some national flags have been particularly inspirational to other nations, countries, or subnational entities in the design of their own flags.
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In Spain, a flag (Spanish: bandera) is a battalion-equivalent in the Spanish Legion.
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The first flags were used to assist military co-ordination on battlefields, and flags have since evolved into a general tool for rudimentary signalling and identification
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A flag is a piece of fabric (most often rectangular or quadrilateral) with a distinctive design that is used as a symbol, as a signaling device, or as decoration. The term flag is also used to refer to the graphic design employed by a flag, or to its depiction in another medium.
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There is widespread confusion about the correct term for the British national flag, with many people believing it is only a “jack” when being flown at sea. According to the Flag Institute, the charitable organisation that lays down the guidelines for all things vexillological, this isn’t so: “It is often stated that the Union Flag should only be described as the Union Jack when flown in the bows of a warship, but this is a relatively recent idea. From early in its life the Admiralty itself frequently referred to the flag as the Union Jack, whatever its use; and in 1902 an Admiralty Circular announced that their Lordships had decided that either name could be used officially. In 1908, a government minister stated, in response to a Parliamentary question, 'the Union Jack should be regarded as the national flag’.”
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The Union Flag flies over Buckingham Palace when the Queen is not there. The same goes for Windsor Castle and Sandringham; in Scotland, the Royal Arms of Scotland is flown at Holyroodhouse and Balmoral when the Queen is not there.
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