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military symbol

A graphic sign used, usually on map, display or diagram, to represent a particular military unit, installation, activity, or other item of military interest.
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Mr McKnight, from Aldermaston, Berkshire, said: "We went to Dudley to present him with a letter containing a list of questions and we took the white feather, which is the traditional military symbol for cowardice.
Roman historian Eusebius of Caesarea recounts how Constantine was prompted to adopt the cross as his military symbol in 312 after a prophetic dream he had on the eve of battle.
00) narrows the focus to Samurai sword fittings, which were not only a military symbol but became a fashion accessory and status symbol alike.
Many believe the world's largest nation will soon fulfil its potential and become a global superpower - with the rocket launch a potent military symbol.
Once a rallying point in the confusion of battle, the Colour remains a military symbol of honour.
Not only a memorial for soldiers but also military symbols," said Prof Bupinder Zutshi, registrar of the university.
ADRP 1-02, Terms and Military Symbols, 7 December 2015.
PatriArt is an art kit for military symbols, insignias and mission names, etc.
I considered the decree proclaiming the park a triumph for the revolution because we have always dreamed of a civil state without military symbols.
Defense Minister Diego Molero, accompanied by senior military officers, on Friday presented Maduro with the military symbols of office as the new commander in chief of the country.
Ferrari yesterday created a flutter by announcing on their official website that it will show its support for Italian sailors by racing with military symbols on its cars' livery at the second edition of the Indian GP, to be held at the Buddh International Circuit from October 26-28.
With speech and sketch interfaces from Adapx, soldiers can enter intelligence and planning data into existing C4ISR and Command and Control (C2) systems by simply sketching standard military symbols and speaking standard jargon.
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