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National flag of Djibouti (fotw); Air Force Ensign of Jordan (fotw); Flag of Cercs, Spain (fotw); National Flag of St. Lucia (fotw)
a) With regard to 1) when the base is on the fly it may be called a reversed or fly-triangle
b) Regarding 2) an upright triangle whose base faces the top of a flag is inverted, however:
c) A triangle whose apex and base touch opposite edges of the flag, whilst often named a triangle throughout, should be considered a pile (see ‘pile 1)’).
Flag of Železniki, Slovenia (fotw)
Flag of Villa Saralegui, Argentina (fotw)
Presidential Standard of Hungary (fotw)
Gonfalon of Bilje, Croatia (fotw); Gonfalon of Bošnjaci, Croatia (fotw); Gonfalon of Bibinje, Croatia (fotw); Gonfalon of Marina, Croatia (fotw)
Gonfalon of Lobor, Croatia (fotw); Gonfalon of Andrijaševci, Croatia (fotw); Gonfalon of Netretić, Croatia (fotw); Gonfalon of Barban, Croatia (fotw)
National Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina (fotw); Flag of Sarajevo – Centar, Bosnia and Herzegovina (fotw); Flag of Castanhal, Pará Brazil (fotw); Flag of Berezne, Ukraine (fotw)
Please note that this term has been introduced by the Editors as no suitable established alternative could be found.
Triangular Swallow-Tail/Commodore’s Broad Pennant 1972 - 1994, RSA (fotw)
Please note that this term may also be applied to the flag of the state of Ohio, to some yacht club burgees and to certain (appropriately shaped) naval pennants – see ‘broad command pennant’, ‘burgee 1)’, ‘burgee 2)’ and ‘burgee command pennant’.
Flag of the State of Ohio, US (fotw); Burgee of the Laron Yacht Club, US (fotw); Squadron Command Pennant, UK (fotw)
Unit Colour 67th Military Police Battalion, Croatia (Željko Heimer); Flag of Euclid, U.S.(fotw)
Please note that these terms have been introduced by the Editors as no suitable established examples could be found.
Arms and flag of Tešanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina (fotw)
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