ensigns

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  • ensigns — en·sign || ensaɪn; bsd. Militär u. Schifffahrt ensn n. flag used to show nationality; sign, symbol; military rank …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ENSIGNS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • French ensigns — A French ensign is the flag flown at sea to identify a vessel as French. Several such ensigns have existed over the years as well as terrestrial flags based on the ensign motif. Current Ensign The current French ensign is not, as the casual… …   Wikipedia

  • The Ensigns of Command — ST episode name = The Ensigns of Command series = TNG ep num = 50 prod num = 149 date = October 2 1989 writer = Melinda M. Snodgrass director = Cliff Bole guest = Eileen Seeley, Grainger Hines, Mark L. Taylor, Richard Allen, Colm Meaney, Mart… …   Wikipedia

  • sensing — ensigns …   Anagrams dictionary

  • Maritime flag — A medieval ship flag captured by forces from Lübeck in the 1420s showed the arms of Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Pomerania. The original flag was destroyed during a World War II attack on the city, but a 19th century copy remains in Frederiksborg… …   Wikipedia

  • Civil ensign — The civil ensign (also known as merchant flag or merchant ensign) is the national flag flown by civil ships (merchant ships and others, as opposed to military) to denote nationality. Countries may have a national flag for most purposes on land, a …   Wikipedia

  • British ensign — This article concerns the ensigns flown by vessels and aircraft of the United Kingdom and its overseas territories, and by certain nations of the Commonwealth.In British maritime law and custom, the ensign proper to a British ship is one of… …   Wikipedia

  • List of New Zealand flags — This is a list of flags used in New Zealand. Contents 1 National flag 2 Royal and Viceregal 3 Ensigns 4 Associated states …   Wikipedia

  • Flag of Australia — See also: List of Australian flags Flag of Australia Use National flag and state ensign …   Wikipedia

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