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He had been due to stand trial for unfurling the sign, reading "Traitors Not Welcome", on a bridge above Broad Street during the Lib Dem's gathering in Birmingham last autumn.
Last week two campaigners - Iain Thom, 24, and Lucy Fairbrother, 23 - were deported after unfurling a banner reading "One World, One Dream, Free Tibet" in Beijing.
The spiral logo design on TeaMate's lid is a stylized representation of an unfurling tea leaf.
The unfurling of the tri-colour will synchronize with the 21 Gun Salute fired by the valiant gunners of the elite 871 Field Regiment (SHINGO).
There were also reports of some Telangana activists ignoring the National Flag while unfurling only the Telangana flag.
We told yesterday how secret Foreign Office papers just published under the 30-year rule revealed how the disgruntled fans were arrested for unfurling a banner which read: "F***the SFA.
6) If Canada is considered at the outskirts of a world that is dominated by America and the European Community, the new architecture being created there clearly indicates that it is a place of significance and one where another very different world is unfurling.
The gallery's main room, strewn with Oriental carpets, became a salon lined with paintings of paintings: Dramatically unfurling banners carrying landscapes rendered in a sign painter's shorthand appeared on--what else?
I want this for my truck,'' he said, unfurling the miniature banner.
He also likes them to curve around one another, so that bodies meld and mesh into sculptural forms, and then send them shooting unexpectedly into the air, limbs unfurling with tight-coiled energy.
Proof settles a wickedly prickly question about unfurling crinkly shapes
Mobile city commissioners and nearly 100 local school children joined in the unfurling this morning at Government Plaza in downtown Mobile, which began with a moment of silence in honor of the crew and families of the space shuttle Columbia.