House flag

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a flag denoting the commercial house to which a merchant vessel belongs.

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A colourful march past of four houses (unity, faith, discipline and tolerance) was followed by house captains holding house flags.
Furnishing the space appropriately with house flags, a fire pit, and a huge handmade table in the shape of Westeros, Sue is joined by superfans Al Murray, Lauren Laverne and Jonathan Ross.
The police found in the house flags with ISIL logos on it, silencers used with handguns, and some computers, said the statement.
This was followed by the prefect designates of Class VIII, the four vice-captains and the head boy and the head girl impressively marching up to the dais bearing the school and the House flags to the slow beat of the drums.
The chief guest hoisted the school flag and the house flags were hoisted by the respective house masters.
She will be dressed overall with house flags of Liverpool's famous shipping lines.
Somewhat amusing to my eye was to see in every village on every house flags with a red background, with a yellow hammer and sickle.
Original posters, archival photographs, cutaway drawings, detailed scale models, steamer trunks, deck chairs, a bellboy's uniform, passenger lists, ticket stubs, letters, postcards, travel journals, menus, house flags, and light fixtures are just a small sampling of the memorabilia culled from private collections across the country.
The ceremony included a parade with house flags, a mass warm-up and a rendition of the national anthem.
Akhtar hoisted the school flag and the House flags were hoisted by the respective Housemasters.
It got its name from distinctive house flags resembling bird tails.
Timed to coincide with Armed Forces Day, Discovery will be dressed overall with the house flags of Liverpool''s great shipping lines.