Jolly Roger

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Jolly Roger

the traditional pirate flag, consisting of a white skull and crossbones on a black field

Jolly Roger

black pirate flag with white skull and crossbones. [World Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 926]
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Stephen runs the Jolly Rodger shop in Glasgow's Argyle Street which openly sells pirated copies of albums, computer software and movies at knockdown prices.
Another team hit the Jolly Rodger shop in Argyle Street, Glasgow, where 52-year-old Stephen Reid has been flogging thousands of bogus computer games and CDs.
The source added: 'There is no doubt this is the man who has been supplying the Glasgow shop.' It is understood more than 6000 CDs were recovered from the Jolly Rodger.
Our three favourites had to be Pasta and Vie for traditional Italian food, The Siam Garden for traditional Thai food and The Jolly Rodger for traditional English tucker.
ESCAPE FROM MONKEY ISLAND (pounds 29.99): This swashbuckling adventure from Lucas Arts - the games company of Star Wars director George Lucas - has you battling pirates aboard the Jolly Rodger.
JOLLY RODGERS Bren full of the joys at training yesterday and social media officer Laith Al Naeme's mobile content gets a like from the boss
The 222nd Merseyside derby could prove decisive in the race for a top-four finish, and Howard admitted the Toffees still will not be the pundits' favourites for Champions League football next season - even if they lower the Jolly Rodgers standard above the Kop.