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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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Now get thee gone back to thy lass, and give her a sweet kiss from me." 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.
After spotting a Union Jack flying above the City Chambers, he added: "I think Hope Over Fear has been a wee bit remiss this year, perhaps we haven't created enough controversy, we haven't put out enough publicity because it would appear Glasgow City Council were not aware we were coming because if they were aware we were coming here today then, why the hell do they have a butcher's apron flag flying from the flag instead of a St Andrew's flag?" White told the crowd: "This is our chance and we can't blow it, we have to go ahead and do it, and every single one of us can support an independent Scotland."
When they hit a dead end, Jimmy jumped out of the car and gave chase on foot, still wearing his butcher's apron.
He's already been exposed as an internet troll who published slurs on the Royal Family, branded the Union flag the "butcher's apron" and was accused of anti-Semitism.
I knew there'd be trouble from the moment that creepy bloke from Breaking Bad (Jesse Plemons) appeared in his butcher's apron. It was pretty obvious what he was going to do with the body of murdering mobster Rye Gerhardt.
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.
John is 65 and still going strong (it will be those pies), but who's next in line when he nally decides to hang up his butcher's apron? He tells me: "I've got a son in Hudderseld, but he's into plastics - not plastic pies, just plastics - and so he's not interested.
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.
To the majority of those colonised, the Union Flag was known as the 'Butcher's Apron'', representing cruel and violent colonial oppression, and the enslavement of native people.