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1. During the primary, adversaries raised questions about why he didn't wear a flag pin and why he had not put his hand over his heart during the national anthem. His wife, Michelle, was criticized for a comment that some took to suggest that she only recently came to love the country. (Washington Post, 27-08-2008)

2. He was even asked why he does not wear an American-flag pin on his lapel. (Washington Post, 18-04-2008)

3. In New York, which Kelly notes was targeted in both the 2001 World Trade Center and anthrax mailing attacks, authorities believe that model could help investigators pin down the moment a pathogen is released. (Washington Post, 09-01-2008)

4. Obama, too, had worn the pin but took it off when he started "noticing people wearing a lapel pin, but not acting very patriotic." Some of these people, he said unconvincingly, were not voting for veterans' benefits and the like - "not voting to make sure that disability payments were coming out on time." I suspect more to the point -- and much more important than votes on veterans' issues -- was Obama's sense that the flag pin, rather than representing patriotism, was an emblem of conformity and hypocrisy. (Washington Post, 07-05-2008)

5. Barack Obama is less than patriotic, in the wake of his earlier decision to forgo a flag pin and his wife's comment about not having been really proud of her country before now. (Washington Post, 20-06-2008)

6. A blue and white enamel pin with bars and crosses. We spotted it on a few discerning lapels; D.C. delegate Rob Chamberlin explained the three squares are international marine signal flags that spell out "J.S.M." -- otherwise known as the initials of Naval Academy grad John S. (Washington Post, 02-09-2008)

7. "I would also provide 774,000 Iowa workers who currently have no employer-sponsored retirement accounts an opportunity to save in your own retirement account." Crowd noise at pin-drop decibels. (Washington Post, 19-12-2007)

8. He's recently started wearing a flag pin on his lapel. Obama faced questions about and criticism of his patriotism during the Democratic nomination fight. (Washington Post, 30-06-2008)

9. "I'll vote for United Russia to make sure that Putin's course that stabilized the country over the past seven years, is continued." After finishing his tea, he stubbed out his slim cigarette, smoothed down his pin-striped jacket, picked up the keys to his sleek Chrysler limousine and turned to leave the bar. (Editing by Andrew Dobbie) (Washington Post, 27-11-2007)

10. Any woman who has ever attempted to pin her own hair into a simple up do will recognize the level of difficulty in the rolled, braided and coiled sculpture that sits atop their heads like a crown. It may not be the most universally flattering hairstyle but that doesn't seem to be the point. (Washington Post, 27-04-2008)

11. We'll pin blocks together to hold them together to meet the artistic intent," he said. Two blasts on the mountain will mark Tuesday's 60th anniversary. (Washington Post, 02-06-2008)

12. Saudi Arabia, the king pin would need to invest some $174 billion in the sector by 2030 and 80 percent of it would have to be in the upstream sector, as the call on Saudi crude is projected to go up to 18 million barrels a day from the current output of around '.5 million bpd. (Arab News, 29-09-2006)

13. Most significantly, chip cards can be authenticated by way of PIN thereby dispensing with the need for signature. (Arab News, 27-07-2007)

14. She asked Barack Obama on a video "if you believe in the American flag," and if so, why he doesn't wear a flag pin. (Washington Post, 21-04-2008)

15. "No." Could he pin down the date when an Iraq report would be released? (Washington Post, 31-08-2007)

16. "Ethiopian troops are destroying villages and property, confiscating livestock and forcing civilians to relocate," said Peter Takirambudde, Africa director of Human Rights Watch.Asia В· BEIJING -- An explosion in a nightclub in northeast China killed 25 people and injured 33, state media reported on Thursday as investigators sought to pin down the cause. (Washington Post, 05-07-2007)

17. "My PKK brothers will protect me more than my real ones," said the commander, short and stocky and wearing an Ocalan pin on the left side of his chest. (Washington Post, 10-11-2007)

18. There was a recognition that it was something we needed to drive very hard, and we did." Five days later, in the final debate of the primaries, ABC News moderators Charles Gibson and George Stephanopoulos grilled Obama relentlessly over Wright, his association with 1'60s radical William Ayers and even why he did not wear an American-flag pin on his lapel. (Washington Post, 05-06-2008)

19. The Pin Oak agricultural levee gave way shortly before 5:30 a.m. (Washington Post, 27-06-2008)

20. A British government security official said a loose U.K.-wide network appeared to be behind the London and Glasgow attacks, but investigators were struggling to pin down suspects' identities. (Washington Post, 02-07-2007)


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