- Maritime flag, flown by warships
- Jackstaff, a small vertical spar (pole) in the bow of a ship, on which a flag is flown
- Union Jack, the flag of the United Kingdom
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... July to 30 September), residents are encouraged to hang the national flag outside their homes ... The national flag are also allowed to be flown outside government buildings and private properties ... However, hanging flags on vehicles was prohibited at all times ...
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Famous quotes containing the word flags:
“No doubt I shall go on writing, stumbling across tundras of unmeaning, planting words like bloody flags in my wake. Loose ends, things unrelated, shifts, nightmare journeys, cities arrived at and left, meetings, desertions, betrayals, all manner of unions, adulteries, triumphs, defeats ... these are the facts.”
—Alexander Trocchi (19251983)
“The flags are natures newly found.
Rifles grow sharper on the sight.
There is a rumble of autumnal marching,
From which no soft sleeve relieves us.
Fate is the present desperado.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Still, it is dear defiance now to carry
Fair flags of you above my indignation,”
—Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)