While our products are second to none, we feel our largest asset is our availability to help our customers. We will be glad to be involved in the selection process. We are also honored to be represented by a large number of flag and banner dealers and sign companies in North America that can also help in your search for the right flagpole, component or flag. These dealers are also listed in local yellow pages or on the internet. Ask for products from Concord and Flagpole Components and be assured that you are receiving the best value available.
The first way to divide sentences into groups in Ancient Greek was the original paragraphos , which was a horizontal line in the margin to the left of the main text.  As the paragraphos became more popular, the horizontal line eventually changed into the Greek letter Gamma (Γ and γ) and later into litterae notabiliores , which were enlarged letters at the beginning of a paragraph.  This notation soon changed to the letter K which was an abbreviation for the Latin word kaput , which translates as "head," . it marks the head of a new thesis.  Eventually, to mark a new section, the Latin word capitulum , which translates as "little head" was used, and the letter C came to mark a new section in 300 BC.  In the 1100s, C had completely replaced K as the symbol for a new chapter.  Rubricators eventually added one or two vertical bars to the C to stylize it (as ⸿); the symbol was filled in with dark ink and eventually looked like the modern pilcrow (¶).