However, if you manage to launch yourself and land on the top of the flagpole, you can actually get a free life!
The age saw flagpole sitting public goldfish swallowing and other outdoor marathons to generate ballyhoo.
At the urging of the famous painter Jacques Louis David, the blue is always on the hoist side, closest to the flagpole.
Flagpoles for 1Ups: Just like in the original Mario Bros, you get a certain number of points depending on where you jump onto the flagpole at the end of a stage.
A. You need planning permission from your local council to erect a flagpole.
He said it would be like putting a new flagpole on a condemned building.
flagpole base, flanked by the remains of fascia lettering.
flagpole at the corner of the Kop originated from the Great Eastern ship.
The ordinary citizen can already fly the national flag anytime they like from a vertical flagpole without the need to request consent from anyone.
Grand buildings of the colonial period surround Merdeka (Independence) Square, which boasts the tallest flagpole in the world.
DS is then in the first building on your right, with a silver flagpole marking the entrance to our shared parking area.
A national flag flown on a single vertical flagpole provided there is nothing added to the flag or the pole.
Now itÃ¢s the venue for national events and colorful parades and boasts the worldÃ¢s highest flagpole at 328 feet.
When collecting for the society he flies our flag on a 10 meter flagpole in his garden.
foreshore in front of Club House in transit with Club flagpole.
The flagpole has an internal halyard which is accessible only through a small lockable cover.
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