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  • {{see also|Gallery of flags by design}} ...flag is flown at the width of the flag from the top. Usually this is done by first hoisting the flag to the top, then lowering it the width of the flag.
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  • ...flag is flown at the width of the flag from the top. Usually this is done by first hoisting the flag to the top, then lowering it the width of the flag. ==Flag identification symbols==
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  • The '''[[national flag]] of [[The Gambia]]''', designed by Pa Louis Thomasi,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://statehousenews.info/index.php?o ...ugh the nation. The green symbolises the land, and also the forests of the nation. The white portions represent peace.
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  • ...Eagle (heraldry)|eagle]] represents the people's ability to rise above the nation's problems.<ref>[http://flagspot.net/flags/zm.html Zambia at Flags of the W It was designed by Mrs [[Gabriel Ellison]], OGDS, MBE, who also designed the national coat of arms and many of Zambia's stamps.
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  • The flag was designed by Alphonse Kirimobenecyo. ...g of Ethiopia]], the colours green, yellow, and red represented peace; the nation's hope for future development; and the people. The flag was changed because
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  • ...pted on May 1, 1983. It includes the image of an [[AK-47]] and is the only national flag in the world to feature such a modern [[Assault rifle|rifle]]. ...n [[South Africa]]. On independence the colors were rearranged to form the national flag, in diagonals emanating from the upper hoist. Over this was a white [[
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  • ...ral African Republic]]''' was adopted on December 1, 1958. It was designed by [[Barthélemy Boganda]], the first president of the autonomous territory of ...ring it independence, and the blood that they would spill to protect their nation. Blue represents the sky and freedom. White represents peace, and dignity.
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  • |Type = National ...'s brave soldiers, while the green symbolizes [[fertility]] and yellow the nation's mineral deposits.<ref>http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/co
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  • ...was adopted on 14 October 1958, two years before the independence of that nation, as Madagascar prepared for a referendum on its status in the [[French Comm ...c origins of the [[Malagasy people]] in [[Southeast Asia]], and are shared by the [[flag of Indonesia]]. [[Green]] was the color of the [[Hova]], the lar
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  • {{Infobox National flag *Zimbabwe Bird: the national symbol of Zimbabwe
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  • ...runs across a blue field for the Pacific Ocean. Nauru itself is symbolized by a white 12-pointed star. Each point represents one of the 12 indigenous tri The flag displays the geographical location of the [[island nation]].
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  • ...t of the Comoros refers to the insigne as ''L'emblème nationale'', or the "national emblem", though it is understood to actually represent a flag{{Citation nee ...and crescent|star and crescent symbol]] stands for [[Islam]], which is the nation's major religion.
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  • ...''Calanka Soomaaliya''}}) was adopted on October 12, 1954. It was designed by [[Mohammed Awale Liban]].<ref name="Crwf">[http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/fla ...ed by the Somali scholar Mohammed Awale Liban, after having being selected by the Somali labour trade union to come up with a design in preparation for i
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  • | Type = National The current '''[[national flag]] of [[Lesotho]]''', adopted on October 4, 2006, features a horizontal
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  • {{Infobox National flag ...Cuban flag was created by [[Narciso López]] in June 1849, and put together by Emilia Teurbe Tolón.
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  • ...extends to the edge of the flag; and having in the upper hoist canton the national flag, with a white fimbriation. ..., in the proportions of two to three; having in the upper hoist canton the national flag, with the South African Air Force roundel in the fly.
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  • | Type = National The national '''flag of [[Albania]]''' ([[Albanian language|Albanian]]: ''Flamuri i Shqi
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  • ...erts]]) was also based on the Union Flag but with the coat of arms created by Sir [[Arthur Grimble]] in 1932, the resident commissioner of the British co ...and Nauru having fewer inhabitants. It is also the second-smallest member by population of the United Nations. In terms of physical land size, at just 2
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  • |Type = National ...= Three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and blue superimposed by the Croatian coat of arms.
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  • ...he peoples, and the nation that was united. The processional cross carried by the lion was the former "flag" or symbol of Ethiopia, and has been in use s ...e emblem featuring a five pointed star and rays over a cogwheel surrounded by a wreath of leaves is now the featured emblem.
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