Godfrey ran to the end of Flag Point, and began to haul his flag up and down, as if he were saluting.
That flag up there must be a beastly fraud, or there must be two of 'em!
“Just the same we want to get our flag up,” exclaimed Grant.
But the Englishman answered by running a Spanish flag up the halliards.
"He still has his flag up," he whispered into the Honourable Timothy Watling's ear, when he reached the hall.
When she was about two miles distant she ran a flag up to her peak.
As they were turning into Shaftesbury Avenue an empty taxicab passed them with the flag up.
He ran the flag up to its full height, swiftly knotted the cord and put his back against the pole.
He entered the service in 1867 and when he carried that flag up San Juan was filling out his thirty-first year in the service.
He glanced at the dial of his taximeter, which had registered one franc twenty-five, and pulled the flag up.