national flag   (国旗)

A national flag flown at sea is known as an ensign.

The Morning Star flag was declared as a national flag.

He designed the national flag of Saint Lucia.

flag bearer   (旗手)

He was the flag bearer during the closing ceremony.

She was the flag bearer for New Zealand in 2002.

Elaheh Gholi Fallah was announced as the flag bearer.

red flag   (赤旗)

One of the workers - Ya.Potapov - waved a red flag.

The symbol of the group was the little red flag.

The crash caused a red flag so the track could be cleaned.

green flag   (緑の旗)

Busch was shuffled back during this green flag run.

Kyle Busch led the field to the green flag at 1:13 p.m.

Many of these lead changed occurred under green flag racing.

white flag   (白い旗)

Finally, defeated, Sam raises the white flag.

White, ordered the raising of a white flag.

He then had her flag hauled down and a white flag hoisted.

flag carrier   (旗持ち)

It was the proposed flag carrier airline of East Timor (Timor-Leste).

On March 10, 1973, PAL was re-designated as the national flag carrier.

During this time, the airline was designated as the country's flag carrier.

state flag   (状態フラグ)

It also appears on the back on the state flag of Oregon.

The flag of the city while being raised shall not be higher than the state flag of Ukraine.

Both of this colors also very peculiar in the state flag which follows the identity of Selangor.

new flag

The new flag appeared on the 28 September 1917.

Paul M. G. Lévy drew up the exact design of the new flag.

A month later, they agreed to hoist a new flag with a rainbow logo.

official flag

Iraq's Kurdistan Region has since adopted the same flag as the official flag.

Flag of Houston The flag of Houston is the official flag of the city of Houston.

On 28 April 1942, the Central Politburo decreed the establishment of a sole official flag.

flag bearers   (旗手)

The flag bearers of 159 National Olympic Committees arrived into the Seoul Olympic Stadium.

Athletics was the most represented sport among the flag bearers, with 24 nations being led by track and field athletes.

The first flag bearers were the Utah Gay and Lesbian Youth group and all others that did not belong to a community organization.

flag football

Cardiff's only American flag football team are the Hurricanes.

MSUM has a wide variety of intramural sports including flag football, softball, and soccer.

In 2013 the boys' flag football team won the Christian Character award at the state tournament.

flag officer

At this time he went back in the Navy (with his own flag officer's pendant).

John Leake (disambiguation) John Leake (1656–1720) was an English flag officer and politician.

She is the first openly gay U.S. flag officer to come out while serving since the repeal of the policy.

yellow flag

Cholera ships also used a yellow flag.

The Swiss Canton of Uri is named after the aurochs; its yellow flag shows a black aurochs head.

Each carries a weighted yellow flag that is thrown to the ground to signal that a foul has been called.

flag of truce   (休戦の旗)

On September 4, Winamac approached under a flag of truce.

On November 3 Austria-Hungary sent a flag of truce to ask for an armistice.

Montagu, under a flag of truce, had requested permission to water his ship.

battle flag   (戦闘旗)

This flag was also the battle flag of uMkhonto we Sizwe.

Kentucky was represented by the central star on the Confederate battle flag.

The 44th New York suffered 25% casualties and its battle flag received 44 bullet holes.

flag stop   (フラッグストップ)

The depot continued to be a flag stop until January 21, 1963.

It is a flag stop on Via Rail's Winnipeg – Churchill rail line.

It was originally a vacation spot and flag stop on the railroad.

false flag

Russia and Iran, the Syrian government's main allies, denied chemical weapons had been used, claiming it was a false flag operation.

Favored subjects include famous deaths and assassinations, morally dubious government activities, suppressed technologies, and “false flag” terrorism.

On 23 January 2020, Bellingcat published a report in which it argued that it is effectively impossible for the Douma attack to have been a false flag incident.

first flag

The family of Rebecca Young claimed that she sewed the first flag.

On Pakistan's Republic Day on 23 March 1971, the first flag of Bangladesh was hoisted in many East Pakistani households.

The first flag bearers were the Utah Gay and Lesbian Youth group and all others that did not belong to a community organization.

black flag

Black Flag Black Flag or black flag may refer to:

The symbols of anarchism was usually either a black flag or a black letter A.

These individuals adopted a number of international icons, such as the black flag and the hymn La Internacional.

flag was raised

Here the Russian troops lowered the Russian flag and the U.S. flag was raised.

A number of its defenders were killed or taken prisoner and the Hizbullah flag was raised on top of it.

It was the first time an American choral group had sung there and an American flag was raised outside the Abbey for the occasion.

checkered flag   (チェッカーフラッグ)

He suggested the international adoption of the checkered flag to end races.

Billy Boat was scored as the leader, and took the checkered flag as the winner.

Immediately after taking the checkered flag, the race winner drives to Victory Lane.

flag rank

He was selected for flag rank in 1998 and served as Commander, South Atlantic Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet.

He was an Aide-de-Camp to King George V in 1928, and was promoted to flag rank as rear-admiral on 11 June 1928.

Loughlin survived the war, and though he never again commanded a vessel, he continued his career and eventually attained flag rank.

flag officers

A total of 47 flag officers are associated with the University of Oregon.

Behind the bar, there are four vertical lights denoting the various flag officers of the Club.

He was noted in "Blacks in American armed forces: 1776-1983", as well as "African American generals and flag officers".

flag pole

The remains of a flag pole are still present on the north-east turret.

These pennants have a long, narrow, triangular shape, usually half the length of the flag pole.

A steel flag pole (incorporating a lightning conductor) was placed on the northern end of the service tower.

war flag

In the 12th century, it was also used as war flag by the Holy Roman Empire.

Flying the German war flag only at the last minute, the German troops on board stormed the town.

Large versions of the war flag flown on the warships of countries' navies are known as battle ensigns.

flag during

The flag during that time varies from the one seen today.

He carried his country's flag during the opening ceremony of the 1994 Games in Lillehammer.

The video shows Fromm standing beside a Nazi flag during the Heritage Front's "Martyr's Day".

current flag

Flag of Long Beach, California The current flag of Long Beach, California was adopted on July 5, 1967.

Air Italy's competitor Alitalia, Italy's current flag carrier, had filed for administration on 2 May 2017.

Sizer traveled to St. Louis and created the current flag layout, which has been the official flag of St. Louis since 1964.

own flag

Independentists also have their own flag.

At this time he went back in the Navy (with his own flag officer's pendant).

The Faroe Islands are allowed to compete at the Paralympics under its own flag.

caution flag   (注意フラグ)

On lap 139, the third caution flag of the race was waved for debris.

Buddy Baker would defeat Donnie Allison under the race's sixth and final caution flag.

Shortly after, the caution flag flew after Bobby Labonte got loose and spun into Gordon.

chequered flag   (チェッカーフラッグ)

Roloff had the honour to take the chequered flag surviving the mixed conditions without radio contact to the team.

Old scrap vehicles are raced against one another, with the winner being the first to the chequered flag after a set number of laps.

Fry achieved his first victory as a manager/chief executive of a Formula 1 team when Jenson Button took the chequered flag at the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix.

flag captain

He also took part in the Battle of New Orleans; but in 1819 a quarrel with his flag captain led to his leaving the service.

Anderberg served as flag captain in the Coastal Fleet from 1941 to 1943 and he was promoted to captain ("kommendör") in 1942.

Beatty famously turned to his flag captain, saying "Chatfield, there seems to be something wrong with our bloody ships today."