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The Saltire is the name of the [[flag]] of [[Scotland]]: a white cross of [[St Andrew]] on a dark blue ground. The Saltire is proudly flown by all Scots; however, the Scottish Royal Standard is also displayed, even by republicans, at sporting events, wherev its red and gold colours make a stirring sight.
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The Saltire is the name of the [[flag]] of [[Scotland]]: a white cross of [[St Andrew]] on a dark blue ground. The Saltire is proudly flown by all [[Scots]]; however, the Scottish Royal Standard is also displayed, even by republicans, at sporting events, wherever its red and gold colours make a stirring sight.
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Revision as of 05:28, 9 May 2007

The Saltire is the name of the flag of Scotland: a white cross of St Andrew on a dark blue ground. The Saltire is proudly flown by all Scots; however, the Scottish Royal Standard is also displayed, even by republicans, at sporting events, wherever its red and gold colours make a stirring sight.