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There--if that speech moves you any, let's fly the flag of truce, with the understanding that I am conquered and confess it."
FLY THE FLAG can maintain family honour by registering a first career success on her third start at Chelmsford.
A late-developing type, Fly The Flag only made her racecourse debut last month and has shown promise in two outings.
That is how we found out about the Fly the Flag campaign.
The informative week came about after the CoventryCity of CultureTrust paid a visit to the school and talked about the national Fly the Flag campaign, which is commemorating the 70th anniversary of the declaration.
Sir Michael, a former Children's Laureate, spoke during an event to launch Fly The Flag week at London's Somerset House.
Ireland's star names are resting up this week, so it is a good chance for Gavin Moynihan and Paul Dunne to fly the flag.
Members of the Michael Hillegas Chapter want to thank all community members who properly fly the flag of the United States of America and encourage those who presently do not fly the flag to consider flying it.
LINFIELD boss David Healy wants to fly the flag for Rangers fans against Celtic in the Champions League after the Ibrox outfit's humiliating Europa League exit.
He said: "I'm very happy that everybody wants to fly the flag and it complements our national flag Y Ddraig Goch (Red Dragon), but I'm disappointed that it wasn't Caernarfon castle which was the first place to fly the flag because of some bureaucracy.
But we must truly understand what it means when we fly the Flag of the United States of America.
I can't see any reason why we couldn't fly the flag. It's not harming anybody, and this is a free country," The Dominion Post quoted Kesang, as saying.
The correct way to fly the flag is with the broader white band uppermost next to the mast.
Navy permission to fly the flag for five to seven days each year.
Graeme Whitfield asks why we can't fly the flag without feeling ashamed.