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- proper n. A white saltire on a blue background. This pattern was associated with Saint Andrew from medieval times.
- n. An upright X-shaped frame to which a participant can be tied.
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- n. a cross resembling the letter x, with diagonal bars of equal length
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There was a white flagpole, from which drooped a St. Andrew's Cross.
St.eatfield had cleverly sketched for me in the afternoon the curious device formed by the tables, which was originally designed by Lord Charlemont himself, the whole giving the exact effect of a St. Andrew's Cross.
Hence the derivation of the term, St. Andrew's Cross.
These four pale green leaves cross each other after the manner of a St. Andrew's Cross.
"Now let me show you how the flag is made up," and Doctor Joe proceeded to trace St. George's Cross and St. Andrew's Cross, explaining them again as he did so.
Another toy which has the soaring flight of the boomerang is made out of two portions of the leaf of the pandanus palm stitched together in the form of a St. Andrew's Cross.
Anne de Montaut was an acrostic, a mesostic, a St. Andrew's Cross, a lozenge, -- everything, in short, but a sonnet.
'Jack' one half of the white St. Andrew's Cross, and in its place putting the red St. Patrick with a narrow white border, to show the colour of the field (fig. 5).
When a Boy, you were nearly Hanged; and now at the _mezzo cammin_ of Life you have been on the point of having your Limbs broken on a St. Andrew's Cross.
The new logo resembles Alabama's state flag, the red St. Andrew's Cross on a white field.
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