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tricolour

(US), tricolor
1. having or involving three colours
2. the French national flag, having three equal vertical stripes in blue, white, and red
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"As a special initiative by Team Rolling Stock of Pune, our first service of the day, 12025/26 Pune Secunderabad Shatabdi Express was today decked up, with flex images of our freedom fighters, tricolor balloons, and festoons to mark the special occasion," Sunil Udasi, CPRO, Central Railway informed.
Tricolor is to roll out the new insurance offering throughout all of its markets in Texas and California.
Tricolor, a Dallas-based used vehicle retailer focusing on the sale and financing of vehicles to the Hispanic consumer, is now offering affordable auto insurance option for low-income and credit invisible customers through its affiliate company, Tricolor Insurance.
However, this flag as a symbol of the ADR did not last long - on November 9, 1918, based on the report of Prime Minister Fatali Khan Khoysky, a draft national flag was approved - tricolor with horizontal stripes of blue, red and green with a white crescent and an eight-pointed star.
Petersburg, Russia, November 15, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The GS Group investment and industry holding company has announced the launch of the first tablet computer designed for viewing satellite television Tricolor TV.
26 August 2014 - European ski products manufacturer Tricolor Sport plc (ETR:2T5) announced today it had taken over the business and a number of assets of Italian active-wear mountain sports clothing company Brands & More Srl (B&M) for approximately EUR1m (USD1.32m).
Hazare was seen waving tricolor while his supporters raised slogans to welcome the move.
New drama as wreck of Tricolor hit again QUESTIONS over the safety of shipping in the Channel were being asked last night after a ship carrying 70,000 tonnes of highly flammable kerosene struck submerged car transporter The Tricolor off the French coast (right).