Which plant stands as a symbol of Scotland?

Answer For 500 years, the thistle has been the symbol for Scotland. It first appeared on silver coins in 1470, and in the early 16th century, the Scots incorporated the thistle into the Royal Arms of Scot... Read More »

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What flower is Scotland's national flower?

The National Flower of Scotland is the thistle, which was used as a Scottish symbol of defense as early as the 1400s; it is bristly, purple and conical in shape.References:National Emblems of Britain

Is the National Response Framework part of the larger National strategy for homeland security?

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Is national response framework a larger national strategy for homeland security?

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