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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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While there was no issue till the Tricolour was hoisted and unfurled, manager of Noorpur Madrasa Darul Uloom Shadia Qari Khalil Ahmad suddenly stopped the students from singing "Jana Gana Mana .
Bihar Governor DY Patil hoisted the tricolour, and witnessed an impressive parade by security forces.
Ahmed was waving the tricolour flag in excitement and said that through this small protest outside the Libyan Embassy, the Libyans of Cyprus express their support for their relatives back in Libya.
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.
If, however, they have an Irish tricolour with the letters `IRA' daubed on it, it then becomes an abuse of the purity of the club's feelings about its Irish roots.
She added: "The Tricolour belongs to no one party although it has been widely used, and sometimes misused, by Sinn Fein and other political organisations.
In that short span, I could clearly spot at least 20 places where the tricolour lay strewn on the road, vehicles running over it, passersby stepping on it and children tearing the flag just for the fun of it.
According to media reports, the six brave hearts, who lowered the tricolour and protected it amidst the blaze, were felicitated in Mumbai.
There would be outrage if the PSNI were seen dumping a Tricolour into a bin at a football match up north.
In recent times there have been calls for the removal of the Irish tricolour from Parkhead and an end to singing songs like Fields of Anthenry.
About 10 tons of heavy fuel leaked out of the Tricolour, which went down last month.