We wave the flag
and you can even call us flaggers.
Mr Shapps said: "Ahead of the World Cup, communities will want to wave the flag
of St George with pride.
Mr Meredith asks why I don't wave the flag
for the best product Britain has produced.
I LIVE in Tuebrook, five minutes' walk from an oasis of free speech; a local shopkeeper (Phil Moffat, pictured) has gained a name for himself demanding the right to wave the flag
of St George or, rather, numerous flags of St George.
They may patriotically wave the flag
or burn it in protest; they may reverently worship the cross or burn it as an expression of bigotry.
Behind Enemy Lines'' is a war movie that's not content to just wave the flag
NeoMedia's Fritz said that his company "is eager to work with Virgin to help launch its PaperClick words in the PaperClick WordRegistry(TM) to promote new Virgin stores and to wave the flag
Let's see if this letter will make people aware the next time they wave the flag
at a patriotic event.
And that a Government that is happy to wave the flag
when it wants gullible young men to fight wars, or happy to pose for the flag waving crowds, is also quite happy to sit back and let our remaining manufacturing industry flee to cheap labour countries.
If you love America and can help, don't just wave the flag
but enlist in the service and make it stronger; do your part to save our way of life.
The NCAA shouldn't wave the flag
that they are really concerned with young people betting on college games when their actions (co-sponsoring games of chance) are part of promoting gambling activity to young people.
I keep getting e-mails encouraging me to wave the flag
to show American unity, and that is good.
It's the thousands of people who contribute their time and effort who are the heroes--we just wave the flag
The whole country was waving flags for our men and women fighting Saddam Hussein's troops in the desert, and all he wanted to do was wave the flag
a little more - maybe help some kids remember that the freedom they enjoyed now wasn't a natural birthright.
The demonstrators wave the flags
of the UAE and Saudi Arabia and hold up placards showing pictures of the countries' leaders