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flagship in Navy topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflagshipflag‧ship /ˈflæɡʃɪp/ noun [countable]  1 PMNthe most important ship in a group of ships belonging to the navy2 BBM[usually singular] the best and most important product, building etc that a company owns or produces the flagship of the new Ford range The firm has just opened a flagship store in Las Vegas. the company’s flagship product
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flagshipFord has done the unthinkable and put incentives on its 1996 flagship.Bucking the recession, Versace last year opened a huge flagship store in Paris.Oxfam is the thrifty man's chain-store, and the branch at 202b Kensington High Street is its menswear flagship.This includes the PowerLan peer-to-peer networking system, the company's flagship product, of which version 2.30 has also been announced.The new Mustang is the flagship of the new Ford range.Only the flagship 50 configurations use the 7100; the lower end boxes in each class using previous incarnations of the chip.It is splitting the flagship, four-star Forum Hotel from the chain and offering the two for sale separately.The two flagships approached each other, bow to bow, iron against oak...flagship productThis includes the PowerLan peer-to-peer networking system, the company's flagship product, of which version 2.30 has also been announced.Kapiti's flagship product is Equation, an AS/400-based back-office banking system, launched in 1988.The flagship product of the United States pharmaceutical giant Pfizer will now have to contend with another drug that treats impotence.