Flagship [noun]

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“Demand for its flagship S Series smartphones did little to revive its smartphone sales globally,” Gupta said.

Mullenweg is also the CEO of Automattic, a company that offers commercial versions of the WordPress software outside of the flagship app.

Meanwhile, Louis Bacon’s Moore Capital, which last year decided to eject the remaining external investors from its flagship funds after a long barren stretch, notched up a 25 percent gain in seven months through July.

Experts at Citizen Lab, a research group at the University of Toronto, analyzed the link and pointed to Pegasus, NSO’s flagship product.

Like most other flagship smartphones these days, the Note20 Ultra is packed with cameras.

The lectern, as the pulpit-stand in English churches is called, was fashioned of oak taken from Nelson's flagship, the Victory.

The San Domingo (70 guns) blew up; the flagship Phœnix (80 guns), and three other ships of 70 guns, were taken.

Oh, what a dreadful time there was on Perry's flagship during those sad two hours.

Farragut chose the sloop-of-war Hartford for his flagship and sailed merrily away for the mighty river.

He started out with his flagship, named the Reina Cristina, straight for the Olympia, which he hoped to cut in two.