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Reverse-Appliquéd Stars

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Reverse-Appliquéd Stars  [on an American national flag] — A construction method seldom seen in American national flags. Here the canton is made by taking a length of blue fabric and cutting out star shapes. This is appliquéd over a white background to create the stars. SEE ALSOdouble-appliquéd stars andsingle-appliquéd stars.

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