white flag


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white flag

a sign of surrender. [Western Folklore: Misc.]
See: Defeat
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We know we are the underdog but we won't raise the white flag."
The White Flag, on the other hand, won a total of P150,000 in cash prize as the Grand Jury Prize winner.
The chief minister directed Culture department to support the association to launch white flag of the peace.
The Christian leadership demanded of the government to provide help in the white flag campaign so that to give a positive message to the world.
HUDDERSFIELD Giants interim coach Chris Thorman accused his players of raising the white flag during their 66-4 trouncing by Betfred Super League leaders St Helens.
I'm a life-long vegetarian, can we have a white flag with a green leaf on it please?
Another celebration takes the form of raising a white flag. Those who are going on the holy journey hang a white flag on their windows; a proud sign to show the neighborhood that somebody in this house is going on the holy journey.
The first single off I'm Alone, No You're Not, "White Flag," is an impossibly infectious pop-rocker, the kind of tune that, when you hear it on the radio, you keep listening to, even after you've parked the car.
On Independence Day, like every other nation, Pakistanis unite under the green and white flag of Pakistan and rejoice their happiness with friends and family.
The terrorists went out of the building with white flag and surrendered.
We won't be flying a white flag. Dortmund can play better but so can we.