colours

  1. a distinguishing emblem
  2. a flag that shows its nationality

Colours

Battalion flags which represented the honour of the unit. Usually each battalion held the King's Colour (Union Flag) and the regimental colour.
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Colours

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COLOURS

(chiefly British) See colors.
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Colours

Large regimental or King's flags used by British regiments.
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Colours

Refers to the silk shirts worn by the jockeys. Each trainer/owner/jockey will have their own colours.
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COLOURS

Shapes produced by the use of dyes.
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Colours

Shirts or
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Colours

Coloured racing jacket and cap worn by jockeys to indicate the owners of a horse.[1]
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COLOURS

The flags or banners that mark ships of different nations. Pirates often flew false colours to get close to their targets before raising the black jack.
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