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Label the Types of Flags
Using the terms below, label the types of flags.
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Bicolor (horizontal) - a flag with two horizontal bands of different colors|
Bicolor (vertical) - a flag with two vertical bands of different colors
Bordered - a flag with a distinct border around the entire flag
Couped Cross - a flag featuring a cross whose arms do not reach the edges of the flag
Cross - a flag featuring a centrally-placed cross whose arms extend across the entire flag
Quartered - a flag that is divided into four equal areas.
Saltire - a flag with a diagonal cross whose arms extend to the corners of the flag|
Scandinavian Cross - a flag featuring an off-center cross (the center of the cross is closer to the hoist side) whose arms extend across the entire flag
Serration - a flag in which the two colors are separated by a zigzag pattern
Triangle - a flag that has a large triangle in it, usually on the hoist side (by the flagstaff).
Tricolor (horizontal) - a flag with three horizontal bands of different colors
Tricolor (vertical) - a flag with three vertical bands of different colors
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