What is the UK flag's nickname?
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Italy is considered a peninsula which surrounded by water. The three seas that surround Italy are the adriatic, Mediteranean and the Ionic sea. Therefore, known for the "Gli Azzurri" which is known for the water being blue. Its because blue is the color that represents the revolution that united Ita…ly (MORE)
Answer . The true definition of of 'Uke' is actually 'Receiver' which is related to something called 'Seme' which is 'attacker'. Both Uke and Seme are involved in homosexual relationships, Mainly in Yaoi and Yuri. Seme is the dominate one (the one on top) and uke is the one on the bottom.
Uke is short for ukulele, a small four string instrument that looks like a mini-guitar. It is also a Japanese term for "one who receives" and is used in martial arts to refer to the person the technique is demonstrated on. It has also become slang for a person who is "on the bottom" in a relat…ionship. (MORE)
The flag emblems in Germany during World War I included the ironcross, the swastika, and the Imperial Eagle. The coat of arms ofthe German Reich included the Imperial Eagle.
a name others call you it could be short for your real name for s your real name. My nickname is Rain because i like rain Kayla people call me mouse because my first name and last name my real name is Madison but my nick name is cheese ball cuz my aunt called my mom cheese ball so i though…t it should be my nick name. (MORE)
a nick name is a nane wich shortens it up so you can shortenpeople's names
"Old Glory", "The Stars and Stripes", "Red, White, and Blue", and"The Star-Spangled Banner" are the most popular nicknames for theUS Flag.
The stars stand for the 11 states that were part of the confederacy and 2 for Missouri and Kentucky. red stands for southern pride, white means the true honesty of the confederacy, and blue stands for following the path of christ
The United States flag was officially adopted on June 14th. It wasin 1777 that the second Continental Congress passed the act toadopt the flag.
This question needs re-wording ! Obviously - the UK will always bethe UK !.. The only way the UK would cease to exist - is ifEngland, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Eirer ALL createdcompletely independent governments, leaders, currencies andenforced borders with each other ! That is extremely… unlikely tohappen - since it would need to be voted on by the residents ofeach principality ! (MORE)
Yes. Loads of them in pet shops. And one species in the wild - Euscorpius flavicaudis , commonly known as the European Yellow-Tailed Scorpion . Migrated to the UK about 200 years ago, a few colonies can be found in South-East England.
United Kingdom (UK) A country of western Europe comprising England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Beginning with the kingdom of England, it was created by three acts of union: with Wales (1536), Scotland (1707), and Ireland (1800). At the height of its power in the 19th century it ruled… an empire that spanned the globe. London is the capital and the largest city. Population: 60,600,000. . For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below. (MORE)
The nazi flag colours represent the hatred of Jews. The colour red represents blood, black represents the dark side of Hitler and the nazi people. and white represents the loving ones. i know this because i am very smart at history and i am in to al the stuff about Adolf Hitler. He was a man of m…any hates. He was jealous of the Jews because they had more things going than he did, even at the colege he wanted to get in to , it was for Jews only. He was pure evil and he killed the lives of many people who did not deserve to die then. Adolf thought he was doing a good deed for himself by killing all Jews. Let me tell you now, he did nothing good at all (He started the autobahn, started welfare in Germany, fought for animal rights, many anti-smoking ads, helped start the Volkswagon company, gave millions of Germans jobs.) . His father hated him for what he done, and let alone that, he father was Jewish, and they had fallen out so that was another one of many reasons why Adolf Hitler hated the Jews so much (Alois died when Hitler was 14. He was not even in the military at this time. His father's death also helped him because after Alois' death, Hitler got his pension so he didn't have to work) . To be honest, i think it was a very sinful thing for him to do against people. He was very much Racist as you can see, and cared what other people thought. Apparently he only liked people with blonde hair and blue eyes, yet he never had blonde hair or blue eyes. Anyway my point is, Hitler was very jealous of the Jewish people so decided to kill them to decease the number of Jews. (Hitler also killed other people like gypsies, Jehovah's Witnesses, homosexuals and other groups that disagreed with his views) Thank you for reading my point of view on Adolf Hitler and hatred against the Jews. Hope you take in some of my search, i did loads of projects at school about him and other things in the holocaust and WW1 & WW2 :) , thankyouu (MORE)
We have nicknames to define our personality and to show a sense of friendship or affection. unless it is an offensive nickname
the colors are green, yellow, and red, with a blue circle and a yellow star in the middle of the blue circle.
The Indonesian Flag also called the Sang Saka Merah-Putih or the Sacred Red and White colors represent: Red = courage, physical life White = purity, spiritual life
A nickname is either a short form of your name, or a name people would rather call you than your real name. Say your name was 'Robert', people would call you, like--- Bob, Rob, Robbie... ect
United kingdom is located in Western Europe, islands including the northern one-sixth of the island of Ireland between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, northwest of France.
The Bolivian's flag symbol is an eagle surronded by crossed muskets and olive branches. I know this because I had to do a project on Bolivia and their culture snd flag and map. I hope I could be useful.
The 13 stripes, on the American flag, represents the 13 colonies. The 13 colonies were what used to be America, before they became a country.
The UK (United Kingdom) is a European Country. It is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland who were all joined in acts of union. It's Capital is London but it does have many other major cities such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast, Leeds and Newcastle. It's Head of state is… the Queen and its government (the houses of Parliament) sit in London with regional Assemblies and governments for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland dealing with more local issues. It was in the first half of the 1900's responsible for an empire that spread across 1/3rd of the world but a series of major economic problems in the 40's, 60's and 70's seriously damaged it's world standing. However it is still a member of G20, the EU and NATO. (MORE)
Well you twist you name slightly say if it was lorna you could change it to lornmower or think of a word that suits you.
your friends give you one or i got nothing. People give them to you, whether you want or not.
It stands for the United Kingdom - which is short for The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
you honestly cannot be that stupid. PLEASE PLEASE tell me your kidding. Just in case your not THE UK is a place and it's in europe and it contains four countries (SCOTLAND ENGLAND (northern) IRELAND and WALES) UK stands for united kingdom but it can also be reffered to as GB which stan…ds for Great britain. Please stay in school (MORE)
It is sometimes referred to as the Maple Leaf flag or in French as L'UnifoliÃ©, which means "one-leafed".
IMPROVED. Aloha. Answer: The eight alternating white, red and blue stripes represent the eight islands of Hawaii. The British Union Jack represents Hawaii's historical relationship with Great Britain as its protectorate. It also represents a stylized puela (a triangular standard laying across two cr…ossed spears called an alia) which is the symbol of the Hawaiian ali'i. Red, White and Blue. (MORE)
If you can not find Six Flags St.Louis by using the city St.Louis, Try Eureka, MO, this is the actual location of Six flags in St. Louis.
By car (through the Channel Tunnel, from France) or by boat. We do have airports too though, so you could come by plane, which would be a bit quicker.
In the production of an individual flag, its colours are determined by the materials that are available to make it. Cloth is dyed according to fixed specifications - in the case of national flags, normally the precise colours are set by law. Mostly they will be specified as Pantone colours. The c…loth to make flags is dyed according to these specifications. Some dyes are cheaper than others and as a result some colours appear more frequently in flags. Red and blue dyes, for example, are both very cheap. More generally, governments and other bodies that use flags will choose colours for a very wide variety of reasons. In the case of national flags, colours usually have some historical symbolism. For example, the red in the Chinese flag is partly symbolic of socialism, but also a traditional colour of happiness in Chinese culture. In the case of many African countries, those nations chose to use the Pan-African colours (black, yellow red, and green) as a statement of solidarity and freedom alongside other African countries. Similarly, many South American countries use blue, red and gold in their flags, reflecting their history as provinces of the Spanish Empire that fought for independence under these colours in the early 1800's. Every country has a different explanation for the colours it uses in its national flag. Sporting teams and other organisations can chose a colour for many different reasons, but often there is some symbolism, tradition or history involved with them. Sometimes the colours just look good together. (MORE)
The colors of the Swedish flag (blue and yellow) are from the middle age and there are a number of legends that are reported concerning the origin. One legend is that of Erik the Holy who saw the colors in the sky (blue sky, clouds tinted yellow by the setting sun) when he landed in what is now Fi…nland 1157 on the first Swedish crusade (there are however no first hand reports of this crusade). The present day flag was not used until the 15 hundreds but the yellow and blue colors have been documented in heraldic use by prominent "Swedes" since the 12 hundreds (e.g. Magnus LadulÃ¥s 1275). (MORE)
if you where legitamly born in the UK then then you don't need to do anything as it will state on your birth certifacate if you have lost this then you need to go to the registy office where you was registerd and get a repacement i belive it costs Â£12.50
The Glaziers was a nickname for Crystal Palace, it is not used anymore. They play at Selhurst Park in London.
The blue symbolizes the sky, the white symbolizes the snow covered Andes mountains, the red represents the blood spilled to achieve independence, and the star represents a guide to progress and honor
The Union of the Parliaments ie the joining of the English and Scottish Parliaments was in 1707. The Act of Union joined England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland in 1801. In 1922 Northern Ireland was formed and the Republic of Ireland became independent, leaving England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ire…land making up the United Kingdom as it now is. (MORE)
No. The UK is in Europe and India on the Asian continent. UK means United Kingdom and London is its major city. The UK is also sometimes referred to as Britain or as Great Britain.
its the initials of United Kingdom UK just like instead of the United States of America its USA
It depends on which Six fFags you are talking about. If you arecomparing all of them, then the ride Kingda Ka, which is in CedarPoint. It goes exactly straight and curves at the top, and goesright back down.
Turncoat or Press corpse. Although I have seen them live several times and they always finish with Cities Burn
That looks a bit like a post-code. For example NE99 1BB Someone sending a letter to the United Kingdom would put UK on the envelope to signify it's meant for an address in the British Isles.
I think you have to live your life and wait for something that sticks .it either has to suit your personality or just an abbreviation of your name . the best way (in my opinion) would be to get someone you know to think of something similar to yourself .
Answer The white strip is said to stand for peace, love and freedom; the green the agricultural wealth of the county and the red the struggle for independence and the courage of Bulgaria's wealth. World Book's Encyclopedia of Flags, p 24
It is the flag of the United States of America. It has also been called Old Glory, and (from the Francis Scott Key poem, turned into the song) the Star-Spangled Banner).
Well a woman may not have a nickname becuase nothing suits them. People have nicknames because they ether want to say there name shortly, or they dont like there name. nicknames: Jessica = Jess Danielle = Dani Daniel = Dan Lauren = Loza / Loz Oliver / Olivia = Ollie (olivia->) Liv ect thx
The National Minimum Wage (NMW) in the UK varies depending on age and whether the person is an apprentice. The wages are as follows: Â£2.60 for apprentices under 19 or those who are over 19 and past their first year of apprenticeship. Â£3.68 for people age 16 and 17. Â£4.98 for those …aged 18 to 20. Â£6.08 for those 21 and over. (MORE)
Currently it's about 83 years for women, about 2 years lower for men. nonetheless keep in mind that severe illnesses, accidents, etc are also included. so don't you worry!
If the UK phone in the USA has roaming enabled, and most will, then you dial the standard UK number. The cellphone system will find the phone, no matter where it is in the world. Be considerate when dialling phones that are out of the country. The person you are calling pays excessive charges f…or the incoming call. Roaming is being used by evil cellphone companies to generate enormous profits. They charge extremely high tariffs for contacting roaming phones, and the person who is roaming pays for the international call as well as the normal call rates paid by the person who is calling. (MORE)
Go look at them and find out! Stop asking for the internet to do your homework.
The history of six flags America came from your ugly mom dude get use to being ugly like your ugly dumb mom.
It is "A UK.." The letter U's name begins with an unwritten consonant called the y-glide: we say "a yoo-kay"