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Question 1: The term dates back to the mid twentieth century years of broadcasting when local stations produced programs for their networks, as remains the practice for public broadcasting's PBS and ________.
Fox Sports RadioESPN RadioRadio DisneyNational Public Radio

Question 2: As such, more than one public university in a state may be designated or referred to as a "flagship." According to Robert M. Berdahl, former ________ chancellor,
University of California, BerkeleyUniversity of California, Los AngelesStanford UniversityUniversity of California, Irvine

Question 3: This can be seen today on HMS Victory, the flagship of Admiral Nelson at the ________, now at Portsmouth, England.
War of the Third CoalitionTrafalgar CampaignBattle of TrafalgarHoratio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson

Question 4: Most noticeably, flagships are found in prominent shopping districts (e.g., Ginza, ________, etc.) that are targets for a main set of worldwide high-income shoppers.
57th Street (Manhattan)Madison AvenueSutton Place, ManhattanFifth Avenue

Question 5: HMS Victory still serves the ________ today as the ceremonial flagship of the Commander-in-Chief Naval Home Command[1] making her the oldest commissioned warship in service.
HMS Illustrious (R06)Royal NavyHMS Ark Royal (R07)HMS Ocean (L12)

Question 6: For example, the flagship university of Massachusetts is University of Massachusetts Amherst, not MIT or ________.
Rutgers UniversityHarvard CrimsonBrown UniversityHarvard University

Question 7: ________, or simply flagships, are main stores from retailers designed to serve a mainstream of customers.
Public Broadcasting ServiceFlagship stationFlagshipCBS

Question 8: For example, WGN is the flagship station of the ________ baseball team, which has an extensive radio network in several states.
Chicago CubsChicago Cubs franchise historyPeoria ChiefsChicago Cubs all-time roster

Question 9: The ________, for example, while considered the flagship of the Lincoln division[citation needed], ranges roughly $6,000 below the Navigator in price.
Lincoln Continental Mark VIILincoln Town CarLincoln ContinentalLincoln LS

Question 10: It now has common derivations such as the "flagship brand" or "flagship product" of a ________ company or "flagship store" of a retail chain.
BiotechnologyEngineeringManufacturingTechnology







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