Recent Examples of skull and crossbones from the Web
Here are some select snippets of his 45-minute session with reporters, and here is a link to a partial transcript of his comments from Monday: Q. What's the meaning of your hat (a camouflage baseball cap with a skull and crossbones)?
One created a chair with a skull and crossbones in the shape of shovels.
Walker, who wore a black jacket with a red skull and crossbones, large goggles and huge blue gloves that went more than half way up her arms, also injects some humor and charm into the act.
The group last week designated Crypto as a caveat emptor security, which means that a skull and crossbones icon sits next to the stock symbol on the OTC markets website.
Flying above Smith, fluttering in the Puget Sound sea breeze, is the skull and crossbones of the Jolly Roger.
Newspaper logos included a skull and crossbones with a papal hat and an image of churches collapsing into ruin.
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SKULL AND CROSSBONES Defined for English Language Learners
skull and crossbones
Definition of skull and crossbones for English Language Learners
: a picture of a human skull above two crossed bones that was used on the flags of pirate ships in the past and is now used as a warning label on containers of poisonous or dangerous substances
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