I say to you, that every man who tried to tear our flag out of heaven was a Democrat.
"I reckon I won't if I don't want to," said Horace, working the flag out of his cap.
If a man cannot earn a pension by tearing our flag out of the sky, he cannot earn power.
I sat up in bed and shouted, laughed and cried by turns, waving my handkerchief to the flag out there.
As the breeze opened the flag out, the boys stood off and surveyed it with a good deal of satisfaction.
The enemy perceiving that Custer was forming for attack, had sent the flag out to his front and stopped the charge just in time.
And—you will never guess in a thousand years—he had routed a flag out of his sea-chest.
The time will come when all nations combined cannot take that flag out of the sky.
To leave the flag out at night, unattended, is proof of shiftlessness, or at least carelessness.
Thompson promptly pulled a little silk American flag out of his pocket and shouted "Hoch der Kaiser!"