flag up


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flag up

vb
(tr; adverb) to bring (something) to someone's attention; point out
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Translations

w>flag up

vt sep (inf: = mark, indicate) → markieren
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Ukrainian, Vitalyj Gummenyi, showcased his robotic interpretation, a move he invented, as he walked the flag up imaginary steps before muscling-up onto the high bar.
George Campsen, Jr., owner of a tour company, is telling everybody who will listen that the general assembly really meant to leave the flag up for one year only, to honor the Confederate centennial, and just forgot to take it down.