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at the Alamo the red flag they raised meant "No Mercy"

Flag register : specific to the x86 architecture.Flag : Mark (an item) for attention or treatment in a specified way.

If the flag is washable, that should not be a problem. Flags are meant to be cared for.

On the California state flag the bear is meant to signify strength and the star is meant to signify sovereignty or authority.

basically it meant italy. they had this flag for awhile.

In Animal Farm, the green field on the flag is meant to represent England's green fields. The hoof and the horn on the flag is meant to represent the animal's Republic. The novel was published on August 17, 1945.

The white on the Texas flag is meant to represent purity. The flag was adopted in 1933, and it's officially called the Lone Star Flag.

If a black flag was flying, it meant that the play would be a tragedy

because people cant see the flag!if you have a flag being flown at dark then you could have a light on around it or let it be seen..

The white in the US flag was meant a symbol of courage. It also signifies the country's aspirations for peace.

Flag Day is always celebrated on June 14th in the United States. The day is meant to commemorate the adoption of the US flag.

In the Elizabethan times, at the Globe Theatre, a black flag over a playhouse meant a tragedy.

If you mean the Confederate Battle flag, no. It is a symbol of southern heritage, not meant to be construed as believing in slavery.

The flag is a symbol of the nation.Many people assume that the colors of the US Flag had specific meanings or stood for some characteristic. The red, white, and blue had no meanings at all when the Stars and Stripes were adopted as our national flag in 1777. But, the colors did have meaning when the Great Seal of the United States was developed. White meant purity and innocence, Red meant hardiness and valour, and Blue meant vigilance and justice, according to the Secretary of the Continental Congress, Charles Thompson. This site will have more complete information about the Flag. http://www.usflag.org/colors.html

I'mnot sure, but they are meant to like each other. The meaning of India's Flag is that Hindus and Muslims are meant to live in peace.

Texas was made a state on December 29, 1845. This meant the flag for 1846 would have 28 stars on it.

It would have meant that the British had overrun Ft. McHenry because they would take the flag down.

A flag represents the nation that adopted it. Many people assume that the colors of the US Flag had specific meanings or stood for some characteristic. The red, white, and blue had no meanings at all when the Stars and Stripes were adopted as our national flag in 1777. But, the colors did have meaning when the Great Seal of the United States was developed. White meant purity and innocence, Red meant hardiness and valour, and Blue meant vigilance and justice, according to the Secretary of the Continental Congress, Charles Thompson.

Yes, all four corners of the field are meant to have flagposts.

It meant half off on tacos. :D trolololol

The black one meant ya' still had a bit of a chance at staying alive once they caught up to you. It was an offer of "quarter," (mercy) if you didn't resist. The red version of the flag meant no quarter given, no quarter asked. Basically, it meant you were doomed if they caught you and you didn't win the fight.

There are a great many reasons why flag football was invented. This sport was meant to be a less harmful sport than touch football but still be just as fun.

The colors that are featured in the Spanish flag are red and yellow. It's said that yellow is meant to symbolize generosity and red symbolizes strength and bravery.

It is meant as a sign of distress when there is an extreme danger to people or property


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