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Flag, piece of cloth or other material, usually rectangular, bearing a distinctive design and displayed as a symbol or signal. The U.S. flag, officially adopted by Congress on June 14, 1777, now consists of 13 alternate red and white stripes representing the original colonies, and 50 white stars on a dark blue background representing the present states.

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