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... See also Six Flags America On August 22, 2011, Six Flags America announced on their Facebook page that they would be adding a new attraction in 2012 ... On September 1, 2011, Six Flags America announced that they would be adding Apocalypse in 2012 ... relocation could take place, the Skull Mountain ride at Six Flags America had to be closed and demolished to make room for the new attraction ...
... to 30 September), residents are encouraged to hang the national flag outside their homes ... The national flag are also allowed to be flown outside government buildings and private properties ... However, hanging flags on vehicles was prohibited at all times ...
... Under new administration, the park's name was officially changed to Six Flags ... It opened its gates again on April 19, 2000 as Six Flags México ... Premier Parks bought the rest of the stocks on Six Flags, and became Six Flags Inc ...
... A flag is a device used in lighting for motion picture and still photography to block light ... Flags come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, from mere square inches ("dots and fingers") to many square feet ("meat axes") ... Most "industry-standard" flags consist of a square wire frame stitched with black duvetyne, which minimizes any reflected light and keeps the flag lightweight ...
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Famous quotes containing the word flags:
“The flags are natures newly found.
Rifles grow sharper on the sight.
There is a rumble of autumnal marching,
From which no soft sleeve relieves us.
Fate is the present desperado.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“No doubt I shall go on writing, stumbling across tundras of unmeaning, planting words like bloody flags in my wake. Loose ends, things unrelated, shifts, nightmare journeys, cities arrived at and left, meetings, desertions, betrayals, all manner of unions, adulteries, triumphs, defeats ... these are the facts.”
—Alexander Trocchi (19251983)
“Gentlemen, those confederate flags and our national standard are what has made this union great. In what other country could a man who fought against you be permitted to serve as judge over you, be permitted to run for reelection and bespeak your suffrage on Tuesday next at the poles.”
—Laurence Stallings (18941968)