Union Jack


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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 chest (W140 x D48 x H80cm pounds 1,195 (www.
The headrests complement the theme with Union Jack piping and a London 2012 logo is stitched on the inner edge of both front seats.
The Union Jack JCB 3CX Eco backhoe loader was created as part of the recent launch of the company's new range of 'Eco' machines.
The Union Jack and God Save The Queen are meaningless since devolution.
The name Union Jack became official when it was approved in Parliament in 1908.
It's time that the UK had a new flag that covered the whole of the UK including Wales and the Union Jack was thrown in the dustbin of history.
The flag of St George is red and white; the blue and some of the white in the Union Jack are from the Scottish flag.
Details of the gross and net to Union Jack 2P reserves and 2C resources pre and post- acquisition are set out in the tables below.
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