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banner

noun uk   /ˈbæn.ər/ us    //
[C] a long piece of cloth, often stretched between two poles, with a sign written on it, usually carried by people taking part in a march: The demonstrators walked along the street, carrying banners and shouting angrily.Activism and pressure groups [C] a banner advertisementInternet terminology and abbreviations [S] an idea, principle, or belief that is strongly supported by someone: They won the election under the banner of lower taxes.Opinions, beliefs and points of view
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