pirate flag


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Noun1.pirate flag - a flag usually bearing a white skull and crossbones on a black backgroundpirate flag - a flag usually bearing a white skull and crossbones on a black background; indicates a pirate ship
flag - emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
skull and crossbones - emblem warning of danger or death
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However, The Pirate Bay website showed signs of life after it appeared with a huge waving pirate flag and a code.
The Jolly Roger, (a skull and crossbone) is the most famous pirate flag.
A red flag, NF flag or pirate flag would send out mixed messages to a public already mistrusting of police impartiality.
This swashbuckling event includes the chance to learn to talk and act like a pirate, make a pirate flag and complete a treasure trail to win some 'gold doubloons'.
A CREW member finishes fixing the pirate flag to Captain's Curse, one of the mighty trucks taking part in tomorrow's Monster Jam at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
Some of the cool extras in "Pirate Treasure" include a mail away free pirate flag offer (5' x 3') with every book purchase, and a handwritten Pirate Dictionary with terms like "brig" and "buccaneer" included.
Motives like a juicy kebab, a high heel a la "Sex and City" or a classic pirate flag decorate the profiles of many Qeep users.
Jensen's drawing (Figure 5) includes a ship, cannon, the gangplank, and a recognizable pirate flag, complete with skull and crossbones.
The party has adopted as its logo a pirate flag like its Swedish sister party, only in the green and orange colours of Ireland.
Museum-goers can hoist a pirate flag, tie sailing knots, and enter the ship as the pirates did, by ducking through a large wooden door and going "below deck" in a life-size replica of the ship's stem.
What nickname was given to the pirate flag consisting of a skull and crossbones?