The Queen and James Bond jumped out of a helicopter in union jack parachutes!
By the time they hung up their union jack dresses in 2000, the Spice Girls had sold over 55 million records worldwide.
The Turner Prize-winning duo reinterprets the union jack for their largest show to date in Berlin and Paris.
Another pause, and then, not a quarter of a mile in front of me, I beheld the union jack flutter in the air above a wood.
She rolled them in a union jack for camouflage, and bore them off to the stable.
The story of the flag now brings us to the creation of the second two-crossed Jack, being the first real "union jack" .
The two dead men were buried, Burke wrapped in the union jack.
Then there's a union jack for the church and the village school.
It warms my blood, too, to think of the respect paid the union jack by all nations.
Vernon ordered the union jack of England to be run up, and all appearances of war to be obliterated.
1670s, from union + jack (n.); properly a small British union flag flown as the jack of a ship, but it has long been in use as a general name for the union flag. The Union flag (1630s) was introduced to symbolize the union of the crowns of England and Scotland (in 1603) and was formed of a combination of the cross saltire of St. Andrew and the cross of St. George. The cross saltire of St. Patrick was added 1801 upon the union of parliaments of Great Britain and Ireland.