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tricolor

describes a coat color of dogs and cats which has orange and black patches (similar to the tortoiseshell) but has in addition patches of white hair; see tortoiseshell.
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When asked about the flags, Seham explained that the tricolour flag adopted by the National Transitional Council is an important symbol for Libyans, as it was first used when Libya gained its independence from Italy.
So when Uma Bharti resigned as chief minister of Madhya Pradesh and set off on her tiranga yatra to Hubli from Bhopal, she got into rather more trouble than she already was in when her supporters laid some huge pieces of the tricolour on the floor of the railway compartment to sleep on and others used it as blankets or sheets to cover themselves with.
But Andy, 54, from Hurlford, Ayshire, had the last laugh because his tricolour fly helped to get his club into the semi-finals of the Scottish Club Championship and launched him into the final of the Daily Record Champion of Champions.
Witness, for instance, the numbers who wear the kilt while following Celtic into Europe and who also favour the Saltire above the Tricolour as an emblem on trips abroad.
McLeod said yesterday: "If some of our supporters are flying an Irish tricolour at Parkhead, for many of them it is because, very rightly, they are proud of the club's Irish roots.
Palakkad (Kerala) [India] Jan 26 ( ANI ): The principal of Kerala's Vyasa Vidya Peethom School, where Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat unfurled the tricolor today, blamed the state government of implementing rules for hoisting a tricolour to fulfill its political interests.
Another college student, said to flaunt our love for the motherland ,"We had purchased newly designed tricolour T-shirts, batches and wristbands especially for the Independence day.
Police detained Afroz Ansari after he spread the Tricolour on
There would be outrage if the PSNI were seen dumping a Tricolour into a bin at a football match up north.
Chad then complained to the UN about Romania's use of the tricolour.
Written by leading supporters of the club, the book claims that flying the Irish tricolour at Parkhead is part of the legitimate tradition for fans.
Oil leaking from the sunken cargo ship Tricolour was yesterday beginning to wash up on the Belgian coast, damaging wildlife and beaches.