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Bedwell used Miller Lite and Miller MGD caps to make a black-and-white flag.
Our relationship wasn't always smooth and easy, but the book was the white flag, the peace offering.
Jaquess and Gilmore crossed Union lines under the white flag of truce and called on Jefferson Davis, the rebel president, and Judah Benjamin, his secretary of state, in Richmond.
Mayor Lenny Curry and the local sheriff's office asked people to put white flags outside their homes to signal for help.
Elliott, as has been his maddening bent, led almost to the white flag Sunday – one of a race-high 138 – before being overtaken by Kyle Busch, who won for the second straight week.
So there were the drivers with the white flag being waved, pulling off the track into the pits.
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: a flag used to show that you want to stop fighting or to indicate defeat
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