Avrupa Birliği bayrağındaki on iki yıldız, birliğin on iki kurucu üyesini sembolize etmemektedir. O, on iki havariyi sembolize etmektedir. - The twelve stars on the flag of the European Union do not symbolize the twelve founding members of the union. They symbolize the Twelve Apostles.
Amerikan bayrağının renkleri kırmızı, beyaz ve mavidir. - The colors of the American flag are red, white and blue.
(Askeri) BAYRAK, SANCAK, FLAMA, FORS: Özel bir anlamı olan renk veya işaret olarak kullanılan bez parçası. Ayrıca bak. "the flag of the United States", "white flag of truce", "weather flag", "color", "ensign", "pennant", "standart", "guidon", "banner"
SANCAK SUBAYı: Amerikan ordusu, Hava Kuvvetleri veya Deniz Piyade sınıfında Orgeneral, Korgeneral, Tümgeneral veya Tuğgeneral, Deniz Kuvvetleri veya Sahil Güvenlik teşkilatında ise Oramiral, Koramiral, Tümamiral veya Tuğamiral rütbesinde olan yüksek rütbeli bir subay için kullanılan terim
(Askeri) (RED OR GREEN) BAYRAK GÜNLERİ (KIRMIZI VEYA YEŞİL): Kırmızı bayrak günleri, hareket ihtiyaçlarının karşılanmadığı günlerdir, yeşil bayrak günleri ise ihtiyaç miktarınca veya fazla miktarda ulaştırma imkan ve kabiliyetinin olduğu günlerdir
(Askeri) ÇIKARMA FLAMASI: Zemini renkli ve dikey çizgili flama. Zemin; ait olduğu çıkarma kıyısının rengini, çizgiler kıyının numarasını gösterir. Bu flama; bir çıkarma yeri işareti (beach marker) olarak kullanılmaya elverişli değildir. Kaide olarak, belirli bir çıkarma bölgesinde görevli kontrol vasıtaları ile sair vasıtalar tarafından kullanılır
(Askeri) DİN İŞLERİ MEMURU FLAMASI: İbadet yerini veya bir din işleri memurunun mevcudiyetini göstermek üzere, arazide kullanılan ve üzerinde beyaz renkte dini remizler bulunan 2' X 3' boyutunda mavi flama
(Askeri) FIRTINA BAYRAĞI: ABD Ordusunda garnizon ve ulusal mezarlıklarda kullanılan ve sert havalarda standart bayrak yerine çekilen ulusal bayrak. Bu bayrak 9,5 fit eninde ve 5 fit boyundadır. Bir askeri cenaze töreninde, defin bayrağı yerine, saygı gösterilen cenazenin tabutu üzerine de serilebilir
A variable or memory location that stores a true-or-false, yes-or-no value, typically either recording the fact that a certain event has occurred or requesting that a certain optional action take place
A corrective move against the current trend that is marked by parallel lines Has the appearance of a flag on a flag pole and can occur in a rising or falling market In the latter, the flag pole is upside down
A variable whose truth value indicates the existence or non-existence of some condition
If you fly the flag, you show that you are proud of your country, or that you support a particular cause, especially when you are in a foreign country or when few other people do. A plant, such as an iris or cattail, that has long sword-shaped leaves. To pave with slabs of flagstone. Combination of symbols represented on a piece of cloth, serving as a medium of social, typically political, communication. It is usually rectangular and attached by one edge to a staff or is hoisted on a pole with halyards. Flags appear to be as old as civilized human society, though their origin is not well understood. The Chinese may have been the first to develop cloth flags, and it is believed that they were introduced to Europe by returning Crusaders. Most national flags in use today were designed in the 19th and 20th centuries
a listing printed in all issues of a newspaper or magazine (usually on the editorial page) that gives the name of the publication and the names of the editorial staff, etc
A cloth usually bearing a device or devices and used to indicate nationality, party, etc
Any of various types of indicators used for identification of a condition or event; for example, a character that signals the termination of a transmission
A flag is a piece of cloth which can be attached to a pole and which is used as a sign, signal, or symbol of something, especially of a particular country. The Marines climbed to the roof of the embassy building to raise the American flag They had raised the white flag in surrender
Any hard, evenly stratified sandstone, which splits into layers suitable for flagstones
The part of the sculpture with the engraved name of the lighthouse, edition number and edition size Named for its flag-like shape About flag modifications
usually, but not always, a fabric banner atop the pin or flagstick to make the location of the hole visible Example: At some courses the depth of the hole's location is indicated by color coding the flags (e g , red means the front third of the green, white means the middle third and blue means the rear third)
In bit-oriented communications, a bit pattern of six binary "1"s bounded by a binary "0" at each end (forms a 0111 1110 or Hex "7E") It is used to mark the beginning and/or end of a frame
A general device used to communicate identity or to signal, but made of some pliable material which, being fastened only along one vertical edge, is free to move in the wind
a conspicuously marked or shaped tail emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design stratified stone that splits into pieces suitable as paving stones a rectangular piece of fabric used as a signalling device provide with a flag; "Flag this file so that I can recognize it immediately"
an alternative to a cap The flag method of finishing a cigar involves shaping the wrapper leaf at the head of the cigar so it secures the wrapper Sometimes it is tied off in a pigtail or a curly head
An indication of the country in which a means of transport is registered through a reference to the ensign of this country
Journalists sometimes refer to the flag of a particular country or organization as a way of referring to the country or organization itself and its values or power. Joining John Whitaker will be his brother Michael also riding under the British flag
To droop; to grow spiritless; to lose vigor; to languish; as, the spirits flag; the streugth flags
Bits appended to information that are used to indicate the status of that information
An indicator of a specific condition that informs a section of a program that this condition has already occurred and is identified by the presence or absence of the flag A flag can be implemented in software and/or hardware
a flipflop used to indicate the status of an operation For example, the zero flag will indicate if an operation results in zero if it is set
If you flag or if your spirits flag, you begin to lose enthusiasm or energy. His enthusiasm was in no way flagging By 4,000m he was beginning to flag. see also flagged
communicate or signal with a flag decorate with flags; "the building was flagged for the holiday
or to give or ask information; commonly attached to a staff to be waved by the wind; a standard; a banner; an ensign; the colors; as, the national flag; a military or a naval flag
A system used to inform boatclubs of which set of safety regulations are in place, depending on the conditions There are four conditions: No flag (or green), Blue flag (novice coxes and steersmen are not allowed), Amber flag (only crews designated "senior" by OURCs are allowed, and Red flag (no rowing) More details are available from the OURCs website
Flagfall or flag fall is common Australian expression for a fixed start fee, especially in the haulage and railroad industry. From the Australia mobile phone industry the expression has recently begun to spread to other English language countries, as business jargon for an initial fixed fee for establishing each phone call. The expression is also beginning to find its way into other businesses as a synonym to "start fee"
In the United States, Flag Day is the 14th of June, the anniversary of the day in 1777 when the Stars and Stripes became the official U.S. flag. In Britain, a flag day is a day on which people collect money for a charity from people in the street. People are given a small sticker to wear to show that they have given money. June 14, observed in the United States in commemoration of the adoption in 1777 of the official U.S. flag. June 14th, a day in the US when people fly the US flag, remembering the day in 1777 when the Stars and Stripes (=US flag) was officially accepted and first used
If you flag down a vehicle, especially a taxi, you wave at it as a signal for the driver to stop. They flagged down a passing family who stopped to help them Marlette was already out of the door, flagging down a taxi. = hail
A type of football in which the advancement of the ball is stopped by removing a flag attached to the ball carrier's clothing. a game like American football in which players tear off small pieces of cloth called flags from around other players' waists instead of knocking them down touch football
The granting of nationality (and the right to fly a flag) to a ship by a state when there is little or no connection (such as ownership, nationality of the crew, routes followed, etc ) between the ship and the state
The flag of a country with easy or lax maritime regulations and low fees and taxes, flown by ships that register their vessels in such countries, even though their ownership and main cruising areas are elsewhere
a smut fungus causing a smut in cereals and other grasses that chiefly affects leaves and stems and is characterized chains of sori within the plant tissue that later rupture releasing black masses of spores
Country of registry of a sea-going vessel A sea-going vessel is subject to the maritime regulations in respect of manning scales, safety standards and consular representation abroad of its country of registration
Country of registry of a sea going vessel A sea going vessel is subject to the maritime regulations in respect of manning scales, safety standards and consular representation abroad of its country of registration
disapproval You can use flag-waving to refer to the expression of feelings for a country in a loud or exaggerated way, especially when you disapprove of this. The real costs of the war have been ignored in the flag-waving of recent months. the expression of strong national feelings, especially when these feelings seem too extreme
The flag, consisting of the flags of England (St. George's Cross), Scotland (St. Andrew's Cross), and Ireland (St. Patrick's Cross) now only used in Northern Ireland combined, flown on ships of the government of the United Kingdom
a game normally played by children in which two teams have a flag which is stored at the other team's base. Whichever team returns their flag to their own base first is the winner. This game is often played in paintball
Of a naval vessel or military force, to identify itself by displaying the flag of its country of origin, especially in order to establish an authoritative presence and to exert diplomatic or political influence
On a routine cruise to show the flag, the British warships Amphion and Contest steamed into the harbor of Santa Ana Island in the southern Solomons (which are under a British protectorate).
To represent one's country or some other group in a manner intended to suggest the authority or importance of that country or group
The Bush-Cheney re-election campaign will send a high-profile team of surrogates to both Iowa and New Hampshire in the coming days to train and motivate Republican activists and to show the flag in states in which the Democratic presidential race has dominated political debate.
Short-lived rebellion in 1846 by American settlers in California against Mexican authorities. In June a small group captured Sonoma, a settlement north of San Francisco, and declared independence, raising a flag that featured a grizzly bear. Capt. John C. Frémont soon arrived to give his support and was elected to head the "republic." In July U.S. forces occupied San Francisco and Sonoma and claimed California for the U.S. The bear flag later became the state flag
Bouncing of goods as the needle moves up and down during the embroidering Often caused by improper framing, incorrect backing or facing, maladjusted presser foot height or using a hoop too large for the embroidery design Can cause poor quality embroidery and running problems such as skipping stitches, fraying of thread and breaking of thread
Up and down motion of goods under the action of the needle, so named because of its resemblance to a waving flag Often caused by improper framing of goods Flagging may result in poor registration, unsatisfactory stitch formation and birdnesting
— Up and down motion of goods under action of the needle, so named because of its resemblance to a waving flag Often caused by improper framing of goods Flagging may result in poor registration, unsatisfactory stitch formation and birdnesting
Flag is accelerator jargon for a sheet of phosphorescent material through which the beam passes As the beam passes through the sheet (typically aluminum oxide in a thin ceramic plate) it "lights up", showing the beam size and position at that particular flag location A camera mounted externally to the beam vacuum chamber "looks" through a quartz viewport to capture the light and is displayed on standard video displays
What the color guard uses on the field They add visual beauty and impact to the movement of the band proper There are more than one set of flags used during the show Flags are designed by the guard instructor and sewn by band parents
Flags signal drivers of events or conditions Green, white, white/red, black, checkered, blue, yellow, red and red/yellow flags each have a different meaning See each individual color for an explanation of what each flag means
are used to convey quality information or operating modes They are usually set to zero to mean OK and 1 for not OK The spare flag are set to zero There may be exceptions, then a particular description of the usage of the flag is provided
A hardy perennial herb (Acorus calamus) of the Northern Hemisphere, growing in marshy places and having grasslike leaves, minute greenish flowers borne on a thick spadix, and aromatic rhizomes. Also called calamus
[ flag also flAg ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English flag, flagge (“flag”), of Dutch or North Germanic origin. Compare Old Dutch vlagghe (“flag”), Modern Dutch vlag (“flag”), German Flagge (“flag”), Swedish flagg (“flag”), Danish flag (“flag, ship's flag”), Swedish flage (“to flutter in the wind”), Old Norse flögra (“to flap about”). Akin to Old High German flogarōn (“to flutter”), Old High German flogezen (“to flutter, flicker”), Middle English flakeren (“to move quickly to and fro”), Old English flacor (“fluttering, flying”). More at flacker.
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