Hershey bar

noun phrase

A yellow stripe, worn on a military uniform to indicate units of time spent on overseas service

[WWII armed forces; fr a bar of Hershey2 chocolate, some of which have yellow wrappers; probably influenced by the name of General Lewis B Hershey, director of the selective service system from 1941 to 1970]


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