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All but the most rabid of Confederate flag wavers admit that the Old Southern tradition is defunct in actuality and sigh that its passing was accompanied by the disappearance of many genteel and aristocratic traditions of the reputedly languid ante-bellum way of life.
In spite of the fact that the state legislature voted us neutral, John Hunt Morgan is openly flying the Confederate flag over his woolen factory ''!!
Then she catapults into `` everything and everybody '', putting particular violence on `` everybody '', indicating to the linguist that this is a spot to flag -- that is, it is not congruent to the patient's general style of speech up to this point.
* 1606 – The Union Flag is adopted as the flag of Great Britain.
The anarcho-capitalist flag is also widely used by voluntaryists, whose philosophy is very similar.
* 1996 – Greek Cypriot refugee Solomos Solomou is murdered by Turkish forces while trying to climb a flagpole in order to remove a Turkish flag from its mast in the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus.
* 1898 – The Hawaiian flag is lowered from ʻIolani Palace in an elaborate annexation ceremony and replaced with the flag of the United States to signify the transfer of sovereignty from the Republic of Hawaii to the United States.
* 1942 – World War II: The flag of Nazi Germany is installed atop the Mount Elbrus, the highest peak of the Caucasus mountain range.
The George Cross was given by King George VI himself and is now an emblem on the Maltese national flag.
Betsy Ross ( January 1, 1752 – January 30, 1836 ) is widely credited with making the first American flag.
* 1854 – The Hinomaru is established as the official flag to be flown from Japanese ships.
The ANC flag is composed of three stripes – black, green and gold.
The flag is now in the Baltimore Orioles museum.
If the mutated sequence is present in the patient's genome, the probe will bind to it and flag the mutation.
alt = Four ships flying the British flag advance in the foreground towards an anchored battle line in which the only clear detail is a huge burning ship.
Hanging on the western wall is Queen Victoria's burial flag, given to the college soon after her death.
Under the flag is the high table where the professors and college administration lunch.
This flag is not used all that often if at all.
What is normally seen is the flag with green on both ends with a golden circle that reads " Cape Breton Island, Canada " with the island in the middle and a green ' X ' behind in the background.
The most usual is the system of the Confederação Brasileira de Capoeira ( Brazilian Capoeira Confederation ), which adopts ropes using the colors of the Brazilian flag, green, yellow, blue and white.

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The colors of the flag are officially prescribed as follows:
In 1354, King of Bohemia Charles IV prescribed for the Jews of Prague a red flag with both David's shield and Solomon's seal, while the red flag with which the Jews met King Matthias of Hungary in the 15th century showed two pentagrams with two golden stars.
The dates are also listed in the Finnish State Calendar compiled by the University of Helsinki, and it is recommended that the flag is flown on these occasions in the same way as on those prescribed by law.
The design of the official state flag shall be as follows: A background of colonial blue surrounding a diamond of buff in which diamond is placed the correct coat of arms of the state in the colors prescribed by law and in accordance with § 301 of this title, with the words, " December 7, 1787 ", to be inscribed underneath the diamond.
The proportions of the design are prescribed in terms of the hoist, or vertical height, of the flag as follows: the upper white portion shall be 3 / 10 of the hoist ; the two horizontal bars are each 2 / 10 of the hoist ; the white area between the bars 1 / 10 of the hoist ; and the base, or lowest white space, is 2 / 10 of the hoist.
They prescribed a green background for the flag symbolising hope of Africa and stars to represent Member States.
It was passed unanimously, granting citizens the right to display the national flag on clothes and caps in a duly prescribed manner.
By Executive Order 10812 of 24 April 1959, the President, upon the recommendation of the Secretary of the Navy with the approval of the Secretary of Defense, established and prescribed an official flag for the United States Navy.
In the Sritattvanidhi, the depiction prescribed for Sharabeshwaramurti is of thirty arms ; arms on the right are to hold thunderbolt, mushti, abhaya, chakra ( discus ), sakti, staff, goad, sword, Khatvanga, axe, akshamala, a bone, bow, musala, and fire ; and the left hands to display noose, varada, mace, arrow, flag, and another type of sword, a snake, a lotus flower, skull-cup, pustaka, plough, and mrudanga with one hand encircling Durga in a hug.
The flag was prescribed by the Constitution of 26 November 1990 and confirmed by the Regulation on the National Flag of 30 March 1992.

flag and Ohio
Other unusual flag shapes include the flag of Ohio and the flag of Tampa.
The team logo is a stylized version of the flag of Ohio, which is a pennant.
The current logo of the Blue Jackets consists of the state of Ohio flag swirled around a star which is portrayed prominently on the Blue Jackets jersey.
The flag had six stripes, one for each county represented at the gathering: five Pennsylvania counties ( Allegheny, Bedford, Fayette, Washington, and Westmoreland ) and one Virginia county ( Ohio County ).
: After the assault of April 8, two or three hundred Michigan horsemen, armed with guns and bayonets, moved into the city and dishonored the Ohio flag by dragging it through the streets of Toledo on the tail of a horse.
Flag of Ohio flying below the United States flag at Conneaut, Ohio | Conneaut harbor
The flag of the state of Ohio was adopted in 1902 and designed by John Eisemann, for the 1901 Pan-American Exposition.
Drawn by John Eisemann, architect and designer for the Ohio State Pan-American Exposition Commission, it is the only American state flag that is non-rectangular, and one of only two non-rectangular official jurisdictional flags, at the state level or above, in the world ( the other is the flag of Nepal ).
On commemorating the 100 years of the creation of the Ohio flag in 2002 the Ohio General Assembly adopted a salute
A method of folding the flag of Ohio was created by Alex Weinstock, an Ohio Boy Scout, for his Eagle Scout service project, which was passed by the 125th Ohio General Assembly as House Bill 552, and signed into law by Governor Bob Taft on February 15, 2005.
The flag of the Governor of Ohio consists of the Great Seal of Ohio encompassed with white stars on a field of red.
The flag burners were arrested by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and charged with misdemeanor counts of arson and disorderly conduct.
The Court rejected Texas's claim that flag burning is punishable on the basis that it " tends to incite " breaches of the peace by citing the familiar test of Brandenburg v. Ohio that the state may only punish speech that would incite " imminent lawless action ," finding that flag burning does not always pose an imminent threat of lawless action.
James William van Kirk, a minister from Youngstown ( Ohio, USA ), designed this peace flag with rainbow stripes, stars and the globe.
* The flag of Toledo, Ohio ( charged )

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