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Reckoning on his homecoming, the Brazilian waves a white flag while reciting verses tinged with longing.
Leiva walked in front, holding a white flag, while Román and local human rights delegate Danilo Martínez gripped the police officer's arms and hurried him through the streets to the police station.
The scuffle ends with a white flag — well, a white paper towel, which Pollard uses to dab the sweat from her face.
One sight during the flood: a handmade, white flag hung from an upper story of a Main Street building bearing the letters SOS.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann may be waving a white flag in her feud with NeNe Leakes, but the latter Housewife is seemingly still seeing red.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with Molly Sheehan’s being annoyed that a competitor asked her to wave the white flag and live to fight another day.
Boston was up 28 points when Ty Lue waived the white flag on Cleveland's 108–83 loss and his starters checked out of the game in the fourth quarter.
Just like the former white-red-white flag, replaced by Lukashenko in 1995.
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: a flag used to show that you want to stop fighting or to indicate defeat
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