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FLYING THE FLAG Richard Pattison, with the Northumberland flag he unfurls after climbing mountains.
I had told Celtic I may not be able to do it and we had talked about asking my sons to unfurl the flag.
An enthralling panorama of moods innocent, romantic, and combative unfurls as the program makes its vivid historical way from the closed ballroom positions - with their vertical, quiet, upper bodies - of the first half to the swirling lifts and backbends of the second, accompanied by complex harmonies and rhythms.
Flies crawl across a sleeping baby's face; a massive unemployment line unfurls beside a building inscribed with the graffito "Wahlt Hitler" (Vote for Hitler; the year is circa 1933, the place, Hannover); a child writes "Streik" (Strike) at the bottom of her exercise book; a sign at the edge of a wood proclaims, "Juden sind in unsern deutschen Waldern nicht erwunscht" (Jews are not wanted in our German forests); peddlers hawk lemons, shoes, chestnuts, anything they can.
Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin unfurls a solar wind experiment in front of the lunar module Eagle.
Generated using Xerox's advanced printing technology, the banner is a mosaic of photos from nearly 17,000 Xerox employees around the world and unfurls to the length of about eight bobsleds.
A professional climber unfurls a giant banner, Wednesday, November 1, 2000, announcing the name change of S3 Inc.