Are you blowing your nose or waving a white flag?
But then suddenly one of them was up there in his gray greatcoat and waving a white flag.
The prisoner was carrying a white flag and was unarmed but the Countess was armed.
They include an old woman with a bullet wound -- still clutching a white flag when aid workers found her.
The flag that you are standing under now is the white flag of surrender.
I had my final drunk and the next day the white flag went up and I was off to the detox center, scared to death.
Before you wave your white flag of surrender, give these techniques a try.
Well, the shame comes when your buddies ask you how long it took you to get through that hot new game, and you have to admit you pulled out the white flag and cheezed your way through.
After the defeat of Napolean I in 1815, the Bourbon monarchy restored the pure white flag.
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