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Union flag

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the national flag of the United Kingdom, being a composite design composed of St George's Cross (England), Saint Andrew's Cross (Scotland), and Saint Patrick's Cross (Ireland). Often called: Union Jack
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Noun1.Union flag - national flag of the United KingdomUnion flag - national flag of the United Kingdom
flag - emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
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So saying, he donned the Butcher's apron, and, climbing into the cart, he took the reins in his hand and drove off through the forest to Nottingham Town.
When they hit a dead end, Jimmy jumped out of the car and gave chase on foot, still wearing his butcher's apron.
I knew there'd be trouble from the moment that creepy bloke from Breaking Bad (Jesse Plemons) appeared in his butcher's apron.
How I despise Wil y Mochwr for his sharp knife, his butcher's apron, his boiling water, his scraper which I shall hear and feel for a long time to come, perhaps for ever.
Judge Raphaelson opened one of his first law offices in the market, his butcher's apron resting on a hook aside his suit coat.
However, he will not be hanging up his butcher's apron just yet, but will continue to work in semiretirement as a 'back room boy' on the production side at the awardwinning Market Street shop.
A conductor, standing on a raised platform and wearing, like some of the other performers, a black butcher's apron, wordlessly signaled that the show was about to begin.
Lions member Brian Bonner also took part - wearing his butcher's apron.
Also on form is Tommy Lee Jones, whose leathery face has now come to resemble a crumpled butcher's apron with eyes, as the world-weary lawman on the trail of both men.
Dispensing with his butcher's apron and pigsnoutmask-forthefirstfewsongsatleast - the marauding shouter's unpredictable but hugely magnetic presence coupled with the bands heavily-accentuated, angular music helped to make this more than just a gig.
I think of my uncle, butcher's apron bloody as he sliced lamb shanks.
Clearly, therefore that overwhelming majority of Scots, while exercising their democratic right, do not see it as either a butcher's apron or symbol of bigotry.