What are stripes?

  • (noun): V-shaped sleeve badge indicating military rank and service.
    Example: "They earned their stripes in Kuwait"
    Synonyms: chevron, stripe, grade insignia

Some articles on stripes:

List Of Awards And Nominations Received By The White Stripes
... The White Stripes were an American alternative rock band from Detroit, Michigan ... duo released their first two albums, the The White Stripes (1999) and De Stijl (2000), to limited success it was their third album, White Blood Cells (2001), that ... The White Stripes' later albums, Get Behind Me Satan (2005) and Icky Thump (2007), both won the Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album and charted in the top five of ...
Superior Cadet Decoration Award - Superior Junior Cadet Decoration Award
... Overlaying a gray background, there is a total of ten vertical red stripes, with five stripes on the left side and five stripes on the right side ...
List Of Awards And Nominations Received By The White Stripes - MTV Europe Music Awards
... The White Stripes have won one award from eight nominations ... in Love with a Girl" Best Video Nominated 2003 The White Stripes Best Rock Won Best Group Nominated Elephant Best Album Nominated "Seven Nation Army" Best Video Nominated ...
Striped Killifish
... sexual dimorphism, with the males having vertical black stripes and the mature females having horizontal black stripes along the sides of their silver-colored bodies ... Juvenile females have vertical stripes, however, and one or two vertical stripes remain at the end of the tail even on adult females ...

Famous quotes containing the word stripes:

    If the Americans, in addition to the eagle and the Stars and Stripes and the more unofficial symbols of bison, moose and Indian, should ever need another emblem, one which is friendly and pleasant, then I think they should choose the grapefruit. Or rather the half grapefruit, for this fruit only comes in halves, I believe. Practically speaking, it is always yellow, always just as fresh and well served. And it always comes at the same, still hopeful hour of the morning.
    Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)