Above the court-house, and from flagstaffs, waved the flag of the Confederacy.
What's he done with the flagstaffs and the bronze horses and the pigeons?
The three flagstaffs are there, but they have wooden pediments and no lions on the top, as now.
They led us into the open court of the monastery, surrounded by old buildings, chhorten, and flagstaffs.
Between them gilded tridents, flagstaffs, and other holy symbols protrude, which protect the temples from demons.
It was a sultry, headachey sort of morning, with a hot sirocco that stirred the bunting on the flagstaffs.
Two flagstaffs had been erected upon the top of the one-storied wall fronting the Blue Nile.
I suggested that three great towers or flagstaffs be erected in the grounds at the corners of an equal-sided triangle.
The air is so clear it seems scarcely possible that the columns and flagstaffs are so far apart.
And covered along with my horses and charioteer and flagstaffs, with crags on all sides, I disappeared from sight altogether.