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  • noun Plural form of flagman.

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Examples

  • They would give guidance to local officials, who have always had, and will continue to have the right to decide when to use police details and when other measures such as flagmen or even orange cones would be sufficient.

    Blue Mass. Group - Front Page

  • In Vancouver, where construction and road maintenance proliferates in the run-up to the Olympics, work crews are allowed to use their own "flagmen" to direct traffic with "Slow" and

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • The flagmen on Ecuador's banana plantations have one of the worst jobs.

    Craig and Marc Kielburger: This Injustice Is Bananas

  • The flagmen on Ecuador's banana plantations have one of the worst jobs.

    Craig and Marc Kielburger: This Injustice Is Bananas

  • The flagmen on Ecuador's banana plantations have one of the worst jobs.

    Craig and Marc Kielburger: This Injustice Is Bananas

  • He moved to fulfill a major campaign promise this month by mandating that flagmen, not policemen, direct traffic; the police unions will fight him on this decision, which deprives their members easy overtime pay.

    The Axelrod Method

  • Massachusetts is the only state that mandates that cops, not flagmen, direct traffic at road-construction sites.

    President Obama: The Preview?

  • Railroads had to employ flagmen at railroad crossings; for failure to comply, money penalties were prescribed.25 About a dozen more distinct items of behavior became criminal, in 1891, and other, older crime laws were amended.

    A History of American Law

  • Railroads had to employ flagmen at railroad crossings; for failure to comply, money penalties were prescribed.25 About a dozen more distinct items of behavior became criminal, in 1891, and other, older crime laws were amended.

    A History of American Law

  • Railroads had to employ flagmen at railroad crossings; for failure to comply, money penalties were prescribed.25 About a dozen more distinct items of behavior became criminal, in 1891, and other, older crime laws were amended.

    A History of American Law

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