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Şablon:Yıldız - d


Yıldız - Ildız - Ulduz - Star - Barnstar
Davut yıldızı - Altı köşeli yıldız
Davut yıldızı şekilleri

Muhammed yıldızı - Beş köşeli yıldız

Hilal ve yıldız - Ay yıldız
"Ayyıldız bayrağımız" yerine "hilal yıldızlı bayrağımız" olmalı

Hilal - Ay - Ayın evreleri (Ayın safhaları)

1 . güneş ve ay dışında gökyüzünde görülen ışıklı gök cisimlerinden her biri: Baktık geceden fecre kadar ellerde / yıldızlara yükselen kadehler gördük.- y. k. beyatlı.
2 . meşhur sinema ve müzikhol sanatçısı, star: bir keresinde de bir yerli opera yıldızımız gelmişti.- h. taner.
3 . bir noktadan çevreye beş veya daha fazla çıkıntısı olan çok köşeli şekil: türk bayrağındaki yıldız beş ışınlıdır.-
4 . sıfat bu biçimde olan.
5 . sıfat yıldız biçiminde olan.
6 . mecazi bir toplulukta, bir meslekte, üstün başarı gösteren kimse: cebirde, geometride, fizikte sınıfımızın yıldızı idim.- y. z. ortaç. 7 . mecazi baht, şans, talih. 8 . denizcilik kuzey yönü.
atasözü, deyim ve birleşik fiiller
yıldız akmak (veya kaymak veya uçmak) ,
yıldızı parlamak ,
yıldızı sönmek ,
yıldızı (veya yıldızları) barışmamak ,
yıldızları saymak

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Şablon:Bayrak - d


Bayrak - Batrak - Flag

Liva, bayraktır ; Rayet, sancak'tır. Cevdet Paşa
Bayraktarların piri : Ebu Mirsed veya Mirsad dır.
Alem - Flama

Yıldız - Ildız -
Hilal - Hilâl -İlal
İlkay - Dolunay - Bedr - Yarımay
Hilalin özel ve derin anlamı
Hilal/VP
Hilal/Resim

Sancak -
Al sancak- Ertuğrul Gazi sancağı [1]
Ak sancak
Yeşil sancak

Rayet -Ra'yet
Ra'yete meyle ederiz, kamet-i dil-cu yerine
liva
livâ -
Tuğ -Tüy

Türk Bayrağı - Türk
Türk bayrakları

Türk Bayrağının Doğuşu
Türk bayrağının doğuşu ve ortaya çıkışı
I. Murad - Hüdavendiğar - Hüdavendigâr - Hüdavendigâr Gazi - Mestan GaziKosova
Türk Bayrağının derin anlamı
Mevzuat
Bayrak Kanunu
Bayrak Tüzüğü
Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı Bayrak Törenleri Yönergesi
Ulusal Bayram ve Genel Tatiller Hakkında Kanun


Moldavia's coat of Arms of 1481

Moldavia's coat of Arms in 1481 under the rule of Stephen the Great and Holy--Ştefan cel Mare şi Sfân

Coat of arms of Moldavia.svg

Moldova arması

Stamp Moldavian Cap de bour 1858

The first Romanian post stamp in Moldavia issued in 1847, representing the head of the "zimbru"-- a rare species of bison now extinct from the Carpathian forests that is also depicted on the Coat of Arms of ancient Romania's province of Moldavia; the writing at the top of the stamp with cyrillic letters reads: "Porto scrisori"--Letter stamp.

In religion and cultureEdit

Eagle feathers have great cultural and spiritual value to American Indians in the US and First Nations peoples in Canada as religious objects. In the United States the religious use of eagle and hawk feathers is governed by the eagle feather law, a federal law limiting the possession of eagle feathers to certified and enrolled members of federally recognized Native American tribes.

In South America, brews made from the feathers of condors are used in traditional medications.[1] In India, feathers of the Indian peacock have been used in traditional medicine for snakebite, infertility, and coughs.[2][3]

During the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries, there was a booming international trade in plumes for extravagant women's hats and other headgear. Frank Chapman noted in 1886 that feathers of as many as 40 species of birds were used in about three-fourths of the 700 ladies' hats that he observed in New York City.[4] This trade caused severe losses to bird populations (for example, egrets and whooping cranes). Conservationists led a major campaign against the use of feathers in hats. This contributed to passage of the Lacey Act in 1900, and to changes in fashion. The ornamental feather market then largely collapses.[5][6]

More recently, rooster plumage has become a popular trend as a hairstyle accessory, with feathers formerly used as fishing lures now being used to provide color and style to hair.[7] Today, feathers used in fashion and in military headresses and clothes are obtained as a waste product of poultry farming, including chickens, geese, turkeys, pheasants, and ostriches. These feathers are dyed and manipulated to enhance their appearance, as poultry feathers are naturally often dull in appearance compared to the feathers of wild birds.

Feather products manufacturing in Europe has declined in the last 60 years, mainly due to competition from Asia. Jaffe et fils, founded in 1946, formerly of London but now based in Axminster, Devon, is one of the last in Europe to dye and manufacture feather products for fashion, theatre, and military regalia.

Feathers have adorned hats at many prestigious events such as weddings and Ladies Day at race courses (Royal Ascot). One milliner, Philip Treacy, has specialized in the use of feathers. He has created highly regarded hats, notably for the British Royal Family. One such was the hat was worn by Camilla, now the Duchess of Cornwall, on her marriage to Prince Charles.


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