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“And of course, I can't forget his biggest achievement, changing the flag from green, to this tri-coloured one which makes me look forward to life … Congratulations to Egypt on the colour red [on the flag] and I hope that someone removes the eagle, because this eagle was added by Sadat, who was at the cinema at the time of the revolution.”
“Note that the Octopus uses tri-coloured LEDs for everything and RGB LEDs cost about $1.50 each versus $0.15 each for the standard red/orange/green yes 1999 Euros and worth it.”
“Several citizens had scoured their houses the evening before; tri-coloured flags hung from half-open windows; all the public-houses were full; and in the lovely weather the starched caps, the golden crosses, and the coloured neckerchiefs seemed whiter than snow, shone in the sun, and relieved with the motley colours the sombre monotony of the frock-coats and blue smocks.”
“And on the refusal of our consul to sanction this illicit conveyance of slaves by British vessels, the Emperor applied to the French consul, who condescended to hoist the tri-coloured flag for the transport of slave-eunuchs!”
“They've a barque-cat, Lar, and she had kittens, he told her the morning after Queen Tabitha Many Coats produced six: three of them tri-coloured females.”
“On the 1st of August, about 10 in the morning, they came in sight of Alexandria: the port had been vacant and solitary when they saw it last; it was now crowded with ships; and they perceived with exultation that the tri-coloured flag was flying upon the walls.”
“At Procida, Troubridge could not procure even a rag of the tri-coloured flag to lay at the king's feet: it was rent into ten thousand pieces by the inhabitants, and entirely destroyed.”
“And to his supporters, being a sailor on the dexter, and a lion on the sinister, were given these honourable augmentations: a palm branch in the sailor's hand, and another in the paw of the lion, both proper; with a tri-coloured flag and staff in the lion's mouth.”
“On the evening of the 27th, a man, name unknown, appeared on the Quai d'Ecole, and paraded the banks of the river with the tri-coloured flag, which had been folded up and hidden away for fifteen years.”
“She hoisted English colours, and decoyed us within gun-shot, when she substituted the tri-coloured flag, and took us.”
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