Star-Spangled Banner


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Star-Span·gled Banner

 (stär′spăng′gəld)
n.
The flag of the United States.

Star-Spangled Banner

n
1. (Music, other) the national anthem of the United States of America
2. (Heraldry) another term for the Stars and Stripes
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Noun1.Star-Spangled Banner - the national flag of the United States of AmericaStar-Spangled Banner - the national flag of the United States of America
flag - emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
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A carefully prepared crisis was reached in the last line of the last verse, where the singer threw out her arms and cried, "The star-spangled banner.
Nearby was a large, handsome house with its ample front illuminated in the same way, and above its roof floated the Star-Spangled Banner of America.
At a second lecture a band played "The Star-Spangled Banner," in Boston, and was heard by an audience of two thousand people in Providence.
The singer put her own spin on "The Star-Spangled Banner," which did not really catch on with viewers.
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Wearing a Star-Spangled Banner scarf and clutching a smartphone, he was all smiles for photographers.
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Though the Star-Spangled Banner celebrates its 200th anniversary in 2014, it was not until 1931 that Francis Scott KeyAEs emblematic song officially became the national anthem of the United States.
The Star-Spangled Banner is showing its age now, but the Smithsonian carefully preserved it for display.
This year's award went to Mark Clague and Susan Key of the Star-Spangled Banner Foundation for their project: Poets and Patriotism: A Recorded History of the Star-Spangled Banner.
The US star, whose hits include Naughty Girl and Fake Your Way To The Top, wowed millions with her rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner in front of Barack Obama and his First Lady Michelle.
She said: "Spangles was born on July 4, so with the Star-Spangled Banner that's how I got his name.