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Union Jack

1. a common name for Union flag: the national flag of the United Kingdom being a composite design composed of St George's Cross (England), St Andrew's Cross (Scotland), and Saint Patrick's Cross (Ireland)
2. a national flag flown at the jackstaff of a vessel

Union Jack

British national flag. [Br. Culture: Misc.]
See: Britain
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Union Jack holds an almost 17% interest in this licence, containing the West Newton A-1 discovery well and the West Newton A-2 conventional appraisal well.
WATCH: Union Jack welcomes strong show of support for [pounds]2.25mln raise
The total considerations of GBP 300,000 and GBP 112,500 to Europa and Union Jack, respectively, with an effective date of 15 April 2019, will be satisfied through the issue of an aggregate total of 35,683,391 new ordinary shares in UKOG, with 25,951,557 and 9,731,834 consideration shares issued to Europa and Union Jack respectively.
She paid tribute to the "amazing character" of Union Jack, describing him as a "good boy" and that greyhounds are "brilliant".
Although no research has been carried out to underpin HCC's position, chief executive Gwyn Howells said Union Jack branding wouldn't help Welsh farmers in some markets - and could be a serious disadvantage.
Giles Gear, programme manager of Union Jack, said: "Union Jack is a national DAB station that is very happy ripping up the radio rule book.
Union Jack Oil has raised GBP 1.25m by way of a placing and subscription of 1,470,588,226 new ordinary shares of 0.025p each at a price of 0.085p per new ordinary share.
BoyJones WHY did the Labour council decide to fly the Union Jack in the first place?
One neighbour said: "We don't hang the Union Jack or St George flag outside properties, so why should she?
Also, what would happen to all those countries who have the Union Jack on their flags?

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