tricolour


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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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Abu Dhabi's Adnoc headquarters and Marina Mall and the Dubai Frame lit up in the Tricolour.
Now, I promise to raise the tricolour and I challenge the separatists and anti- nationals to try and stop me," she had said.
Ahmed was waving the tricolour flag in excitement and said that through this small protest outside the Libyan Embassy, the Libyans of Cyprus express their support for their relatives back in Libya.
But I think despite that court ruling we are still not allowed to wear clothes made of the tricolour or otherwise show the national flag any sort of disrespect.
The pair were Rangers supporters who had just seen their team win the Scottish Cup and Andy's tricolour fly was dressed in Celtic's colours of green, white and orange.
The North Yemeni flag was very similar, featuring the same tricolour bands, this time with a green star, symbolising Arab unity, placed at the centre of the white strip.
Which is why the Tricolour is so much in evidence at Parkhead and why the playing over the tannoy of the Fields of Athenry, with its anti-crown sentiments, is given such prominence.
CELTIC yesterday said the Irish tricolour would escape its crackdown on sectarianism.
Summary: Palakkad (Kerala) [India] Jan 26 (ANI): The principal of Kerala's Vyasa Vidya Peethom School, where Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat unfurled the tricolor today, blamed the state government of implementing rules for hoisting a tricolour to fulfill its political interests.
ISLAMABAD -- Tricolour accessories demands high ahead of Independence Day, with people of all ages especially the youth and children, thronging roadside stalls that have sprung up all over the country.
In Gorakhpur, a youth not only unfurled the Pakistani flag in front of his house but also showed disregard to the Tricolour.
He said: "We have the tricolour flying at football matches up here and the majority of the time nobody bothers with it.