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Principality of Montenegro

page 187 language Serbian url http: books.google.com books?id iIo2AAAAMAAJ&q Црногорска+застава upon recognition of independence by the Ottoman Empire at San Stefano (Treaty of San Stefano). According to the 1905 constitution, the national flag was a tricolour (tricolour (flag)) of red-blue-white ("црвена, плаветна и бијела"),


Greater Vancouver

with four grown children. Although less active in judo today he still frequents local tournaments and from time to time is an invited guest coach at clubs throughout Greater Vancouver, British Columbia. thumb right 200px Old logo and red, blue and white paint scheme is still seen on most buses in operation. 1978-2009 (Image:BC Transit logo.png) '''BC Transit''' is a provincial crown agency responsible for coordinating the delivery of public transportation within British Columbia


Tukwila, Washington

Enforcement Academy (BLLEA) graduated from the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Center. The current Chief of the Enforcement and Education Division is Justin Nordhorn. The Division has regional offices in Tukwila (Tukwila, Washington), Tacoma, Spokane, and Mount Vernon (Mount Vernon, Washington) as well as field offices in Seattle and Pasco (Pasco, Washington). Pacific play their home matches at the Starfire Sports Complex in the city of Tukwila, Washington, 11 miles south of downtown Seattle (Seattle, Washington), and at the Memorial Stadium (Memorial Stadium (Seattle)) in Seattle itself. The team's colors are red, blue and black.


Principality of Stavelot-Malmedy

. History Establishment thumb left 75px alt A painted statue of a man in roughly his 30s, wearing a golden mitre and priestly robes in red, blue and gold. He holds a Bible in his left hand and an animal, presumably a wolf, standing at his feet. Remaclus Saint Remaclus (File:Remaclus-donderwolk.jpg) Saint Remaclus (Remaclus) founded the Abbey of Stavelot on the Amblève (Amblève (river)) river circa 650 ref name "em:Stavelot


Hutchinson, Kansas

-96 (Kansas highway) K-96 approaches Hutchinson from the south, bypasses it to the west, and then turns northwest. Coming from the west, K-61 (K-61 (Kansas highway)) runs concurrently (concurrency (road)) with U.S. 50, turns north and runs through the eastern part of the city, and then exits to the northeast. Reno County Area Transit (RCAT) provides local public transport bus service. The agency operates three bus routes colored Red, Blue, and Yellow.


State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs

of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs (not to be mistaken with the later Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Kingdom of Yugoslavia)), and a month later united in a Kingdom under Serbian dynasty which already had annexed Montenegro. This state was then named Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, and took a neutral combination of pan-Slavic colours blue white red (both Serbia and Montenegro had red blue white and Slovenia white blue red). Political rise and exile During World War I Pavelić played an active role in the affairs of the Party of Rights. As an employee and friend of its leader Horvat, he often attended important party meetings, later taking over Horvat's duties when he was absent. Horvat ceased legal practice in 1918 and Pavelić became an independent lawyer. After unification of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs with the Kingdom of Serbia on December 1, 1918 the Party of Rights held a day of public protest. The Croatian people were against having a Serbian king they had not asked for, neither had their highest state authorities agreed to unification. Further, the party expressed their wish for Croatian republic. By 1921 Pavelić was an elected city official in Zagreb and soon became a leading figures in the Party of Rights where he was a major influence on younger members. Initially he was member of the party's business committee, then secretary and later vice-president of the party. The village was part of the Duchy of Carinthia until 1918. It was the only settlement already ceded by the Carinthian Landtag assembly to the newly established State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, before it was officially adjudicated together with the Meža Valley and Dravograd to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Kingdom of Yugoslavia) by the 1919 Treaty of Saint-Germain (Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye (1919)).


Archduchy of Austria

distinction from Austro-Hungary, and the colours were changed to traditional Red-Blue-White. However the Montenegrin navy was entirely constituted by old vessels from Ulcinj, most of the crew being Muslims who were discontent with the use of a Christian symbol on their flag. So, in 1881 the final version was adopted. The Cross was removed and Nicholas' initials added in the center, with an Islamic-style crown on top of them to satisfy the crew. File:Flag of Montenegro (1941-1944).svg


Cook Islands

and the colours red, blue and white'' can I find anything saying other pictures aren't allowed. If the Union Jack isn't allowed it should be mentioned in the name of the list, not as an additional rule added later. — J I P (User:JIP) Talk (User talk:JIP) 10:28, 11 September 2005 (UTC) *******I do not understand what is the aversion

to the inclusion of the Union Flag! The Union Flag is red, blue and white (perchance the founding fathers of America used the same colours since it was prior to their UDI a British colony), and therefore if the list includes or or more stars New Zealand DOES qualify. As does Tuvalu, Cook Islands, Australia, Cayman Islands, Niue, Ross Dependency and more .... or do not ANY of these count since they are not US-centric nations. '''STRONG DELETE''' for this very badly written


Niue

to most nouns produces a colloquial diminutive for (e.g. huis.je, or the well known iPhone app feest.je (feestje meaning "party"). ******Sorry, my reply was too confusing. I know the New Zealand flag was removed because it contains other pictures than stars. But what I wanted to say was that nowhere in the title ''List of flags featuring one or more stars and the colours red, blue and white'' can I find anything saying other pictures aren't allowed. If the Union Jack

isn't allowed it should be mentioned in the name of the list, not as an additional rule added later. — J I P (User:JIP) Talk (User talk:JIP) 10:28, 11 September 2005 (UTC) *******I do not understand what is the aversion to the inclusion of the Union Flag! The Union Flag is red, blue and white (perchance the founding fathers


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