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We are a professional enterprise that manufacture all kinds of flags such as national flags of all countries, company logo flags, beach flags, hand flags and so on. We are located in South China, where boast a developed economy, high-quality personnel, and abundant human resources. The company possesses 4000 square meters modernized standard workshop, which divided into two production workshops: manual printing shop and machine printing shop, equipped with a set of comprehensive production lines. The humanized management system and strict quality inspection system ensure first-class quality of product. All production processes of flags are completed in the company, from weaving, design, plate-making, printing, steam cleaning, sewing, packaging, logistics, formed a complete production chain. All the processes are inspected by engineer and technician, to ensure product quality through Standardized Production and total quality control.

    For many years, we have manufactured all kinds of flags for more than 190 countries and the Governments, hundreds of football clubs and more than 1000 enterprises. Accumulating more than 3000 plates which cover most of the world's well-known brands of kinds of industries like automotive, home appliances, energy, pharmaceuticals and so on. We can save a lot of plate-making cost and time for customers.

     Adhering to the operating principle of "Quality first, credit and reputation first", we serve our customer with perfect technique, excellent quality, fastest delivery, reasonable Price, top-grade service. We will constantly strengthen enterprise interior management, complete quality assurance system ,offer a higher quality product for the general customers.Let us going to cooperate sincerely, develop together and build a better future!

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Australia Bradly DHL 8900690326   Italy Brady DHL 8900690260   Japan Marsh DHL 8900690186   Germany Miki DHL 8900692242

USA Bradly DHL 8900692500   USA Jack DHL 8900692544   Germany Blair DHL 8900692452   Italy Jenny DHL 8900692172

USA Martin DHL 8900692570   USA Serena DHL 8900692511   Spain Michael DHL 8900692496   Italy Yoko DHL 8900693620

France Martin DHL 8900692323   South Africa Braxton DHL 6520749561   Britain Brand DHL 8900692290    Britain Chruck DHL 8900693642

France Jason DHL 8801759481   Brazil Harrell DHL 8801759595   Norway Harlan DHL 8801759632    Kuwait Fair DHL 8801759713

Italy Hadley DHL 8900692286   Italy Halley DHL 8900692264   Germany Early DHL 8900692275   Japan Emily DHL 8900693491

USA Eddie DHL 8801759400   Mexico Edison DHL 8801759433   Germany Halley DHL 8801759540   Japan Hailey DHL 8900693130

USA Hamlin DHL 8801758700   Italy Quintin DHL 8801758873   Italy Abdey DHL 8801759735   Japan Abbey DHL 8900693130

USA Alvy DHL 8900692695   France Dahlia DHL 8900692905   France Dallas DHL 8900693384   Japan Alwyn DHL 8900693266

Malaysia Bob UPS H8960741762   Japan Miuix FedEx 876388233099   USA Felicia EUB LK198588087CN    USA Faustina EUB LK198486750CN

USA Barton EUB LK211993435CN   USA Tania EUB LK212007559CN   USA Taylor EUB LK212052249CN   USA Ted EUB LK211993342CN

USA Barrett DHL 8900693104   USA Barry DHL 8900692920   Sweden Tom DHL 8900693196    Italy Black DHL 8900693620

USA Bradly DHL 8900692500   USA Jack DHL 8900692544   Germany Blair DHL 8900692452   Italy Jenny DHL 8900692172

USA Martin DHL 8900692570   USA Serena DHL 8900692511   Spain Michael DHL 8900692496   Italy Yoko DHL 8900693620

USA Hamlin DHL 8801758700   Italy Quintin DHL 8801758873   Italy Abdey DHL 8801759735   Japan Abbey DHL 8900693130

USA Alvy DHL 8900692695   France Dahlia DHL 8900692905   France Dallas DHL 8900693384   Japan Alwyn DHL 8900693266

Malaysia Bob UPS H8960741762   Japan Miuix FedEx 876388233099   USA Felicia EUB LK198588087CN    USA Faustina EUB LK198486750CN

USA Barton EUB LK211993435CN   USA Tania EUB LK212007559CN   USA Taylor EUB LK212052249CN   USA Ted EUB LK211993342CN

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Adoption of State Flag Desecration Statutes By the late 1800's an organized flag protection movement was born in reaction to perceived commercial and political misuse of the flag. After supporters failed to obtain federal legislation, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and South Dakota became the first States to adopt flag desecration statutes. By 1932, all of the States had adopted flag desecration laws. December 12 The Flag Desecration Constitutional Amendment is narrowly defeated in the Senate. The Amendment to the Constitution would make burning the flag a punishable crime. Revision of Federal Flag Desecration Statute ¡ª Pursuant to the Flag Protection Act of 1989, Congress amends the 1968 federal flag desecration statute in an effort to make it "content neutral" and conform to the Constitutional requirements of Johnson. As a result, the 1989 Act sought to prohibit flag desecration under all circumstances by deleting the statutory requirement that the conduct cast contempt upon the flag and narrowing the definition of the term "flag" so that its meaning was not based on the observation of third parties. Adoption of Federal Flag Desecration Law (18 U.S.C. 700 et set.) ¡ª Congress approves the first federal flag desecration law in the wake of a highly publicized Central Park flag burning incident in protest of the Vietnam War. The federal law made it illegal to "knowingly" cast "contempt" upon "any flag of the United States by publicly mutilating, defacing, defiling, burning or trampling upon it." The law defined flag in an expansive manner similar to most States. The official state flag of the Commonwealth of Kentucky shall be of navy blue silk, nylon, wool or cotton bunting, or some other suitable material, with the seal of the Commonwealth encircled by a wreath, the lower half of which shall be goldenrod in bloom and the upper half the words "Commonwealth of Kentucky," embroidered, printed, painted, or stamped on the center thereof. The dimensions of the flag may vary, but the length shall be one and nine-tenths (1 9/10) times the width and the diameter of the seal and encirclement shall be approximately two-thirds (2/3) the width of the flag. Captain Robert Gray carries the flag around the world on his sailing vessel (around the tip of South America, to China, and beyond). He discovered a great river and named it after his boat The Columbia . His discovery was the basis of America's claim to the Oregon Territory. No disrespect should be shown to the flag of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. With the exception of the flag of the United States of America, the flag of the Commonwealth of Kentucky should not be dipped to any person or thing. The flag should never touch anything beneath it, such as the ground, the floor, water, or merchandise. The flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning. The approved official drawings of the state flag shall be permanently retained in the files of the office of the Secretary of State. All state flags for official use of the Commonwealth shall conform as to color and design with these official drawings. Flag is usually displayed from sunrise to sunset. It is pennant style and the dimensions are 3’x 5’. Flag Day is¡¯t simply about honoring a particular design on a cloth. It is more about taking time to reflect on our freedoms and the principles of our great nation¡­for which that flag stands. The flag may cover a casket, but should not cover a statue or monument for unveiling. On a casket, the union (blue field) should be at the deceased person¡¯s head and heart, over the left shoulder. But the flag should be removed before the casket is lowered into the grave and should never touch the ground. Whenever the flag is displayed at half-staff, it should be first raised to the top. Lowering from half-staff is preceded by first raising it momentarily to the top. Guidelines for Display of the Flag The flag of Kenya has stripes of three main colors: black on the top, red in the middle, and green at the bottom. The stripes are separated by two thin white stripes and in the center of the flag there is large Maasai warrior shield with two white spears. The Kenyan flag was officially adopted on December 12, 1963. The black color symbolizes the people of Kenya, the red symbolizes blood that was shed for independence, and the green symbolizes Kenya¡¯s land and natural resources. The color white is symbolic of peace. The shield and the spears symbolize that the Kenya people are always ready to defend the independence that they fought hard to gain. the flag belt has been secured illegally, the touchdown is disallowed. The player is disqualified, and it is a foul. Penalty: 10 yards from the previous spot and a loss of down. 8.3 Play after safety. After a safety is scored, the team that is awarded 2 points will automatically gain possession at their own 20-yard line. The flag image database construction is the most important step of the flag recognition system. There are three kinds of flag images: plain, synthetic, and natural-scene. First, plain flag images are clean graphic images as shown in the upper left portion of Figure 1. They are used for the truth displayed to the users, and there are 186 of them representing the various countries.1 Second, synthetic flag images are those synthetically generated from the plain flags as shown in Figure 1; they are used as references for matching. Finally, natural-scene flag images are obtained from a digital camera, and the flags in these images are often occluded or waving; they are used for testing. all flag images in order of similarity. Figure 4 shows the recognition performance graph where x axis is the number of retrieved flags, often called ¡®hits¡¯ and y axis is the percentage of correctly retrieved flags within the top k hits. Interactive Flag Identification using Image Retrieval Techniques Another flag or pennant may be flown above the American flag only during church services conducted at sea by U.S. Naval Chaplains for Navy Personnel. The Red Flag Rules: - Are enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the federal bank regulatory agencies, and the National Credit Union Administration. - Set out how certain businesses and organizations must develop, implement and administer their Identity Theft Prevention Program. - These rules have been in effect since January 1, 2008. When the flag hangs from a staff in a church or public place, it should appear to the audience on the left, the speaker¡¯s right. Any other flags displayed should be placed on the opposite side of the speaker.
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