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As with the Canadian pale, a looser definition of Spanish fess also exists, in which the central stripe is considerably larger than, but not necessarily twice the width of the two outer stripes.
Other flags featuring a Spanish fess include the national flags of Lebanon, Cambodia, and Laos, the restored flag of Libya, the flag of French Polynesia, the flag of Prussia, and the proposed national flag of Cyprus. Had the Flag of Israel lacked the top and bottom white bands, it too would have featured a Spanish fess.
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