The Flag Code has a whole bunch of different definitions and meanings, so let’s start by looking at the most common one:Flag is a symbol used to denote a country or state.
The word “flag” comes from the Old English word flagum meaning “a flag”.
The meaning of the word “Flag” was later extended to the flag of nations.
The earliest examples of a flag we have are the Dutch flag and the Spanish flag.
In the 17th century, the French flag was adopted by the Royal Navy and the British flag.
It was the flag used by King Louis XV of France.
The flag code is very similar to the English flag code.
The code says that the flag should represent the country of the flag’s origin, that is, the country that adopted the flag.
The flag code says “a cross on a red field”.
In the United States, the flag code requires a flag that represents the United State of America (US), its territories and possessions, and its military forces, or that is in “the official color and pattern of the United states”.
The Flag Code also defines “the national flag” and “the flag of a foreign country”.
The flag of France, which has a white flag, is the national flag of the Republic of France and it was adopted in 1932.
The national flag is not the same flag as the flag adopted by Canada, the United Kingdom and the United Nations, which is the flag that is used in Canada.
Canada and the UK adopted the US flag in 1932, which was adopted for the United Nation.
The United States adopted the United Flag in 1951, which came into use in the US in 1979.
In Australia, the national flags of the states and territories are always blue.
Australia has its own flag, but there is no standard flag code to apply to it.
There are four flag codes:The Flag Codes can be broken into three categories:The flag codes are a combination of flags from the United Republic of Nations, the European Union, and the Commonwealth countries.
The flags are flown on flags of these three codes in official ceremonies.
There is a third flag code that is not covered in the Flag Code, which relates to the international flag code of the UN.
The international flag codes can be found in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Manual of Standard Procedures for the Conduct of Flags, as well as the United World Trade Organization Code of Conduct.
The Code of Practice for the Use of the International Flag Code was adopted on 1 January 2010, and is a voluntary code of conduct for the use of the international symbol code.
In 2017, the international community, led by the United countries and Australia, adopted the International Code of Community Flag Principles, a code of principles for the international use of international symbols, which aims to promote harmonious international cooperation, promote the use and understanding of symbols, and promote the international protection of national and cultural identities.