checkered flag

  • 1 Checkered Flag — or Chequered Flag may refer to: Checkered flag, a type of racing flag Checkered Flag (album), a 1963 album by Dick Dale and his Del Tones Chequered Flag (video game), a 1983 game by Sinclair Research Ltd. Checkered Flag (film), a 1990 film by… …

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  • 2 Checkered Flag — Разработчик Atari Corporation Rebellion Developments (Atari Jaguar) Издатель Atari Corporation Дата выпуска Atari Lynx NA 1991 …

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  • 3 checkered flag — also chequered flag BrE n a flag covered with black and white squares that is waved at the beginning and end of a motor race …

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  • 4 checkered flag — noun count a flag with a pattern of black and white squares that is waved in a car race as each car finishes the race …

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  • 5 Checkered flag — A checkered or chequered flag is a type of racing flag.As a title, it may refer to: * Checkered Flag (film), a 1990 film by John Glen and Michael Levine. * Checkered Flag (album), a 1963 album of surf music by Dick Dale and his Del Tones. *… …

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  • 6 Checkered Flag — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Checkered Flag est la locution qui en anglais désigne le drapeau à damier utilisé lors des courses automobiles. Il peut désigner aussi : Checkered… …

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  • 7 checkered flag — also chequered flag BrE noun (C) a flag covered with black and white squares that is waved at the beginning and end of a motor race …

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  • 8 checkered flag — (in automobile racing) 1. a flag having a pattern of black and white squares, used to signal that a car has crossed the finish line and completed its race. 2. this signal indicating the first car to cross the finish line or the winner. * * * …

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  • 9 checkered flag — A flag with alternating black and white squares to signal the end of the race …

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  • 10 checkered flag — (in automobile racing) 1. a flag having a pattern of black and white squares, used to signal that a car has crossed the finish line and completed its race. 2. this signal indicating the first car to cross the finish line or the winner …

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  • 11 Checkered Flag or Crash — theatrical poster Directed by Alan Gibson …

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  • 12 Checkered Flag (album) — Checkered Flag Studio album by Dick Dale Released 1963 …

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  • 13 Checkered Flag (Lynx) — Checkered Flag est un jeu vidéo de simulation de combat aérien (pilotage d un biplan pendant la première guerre mondiale) sorti sur la console Atari Lynx en 1991. Il profite des capacités techniques de la console, révolutionnaire à son époque en… …

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  • 14 Checkered Flag (video game) — For similar titled video games, see Checkered flag. Checkered Flag Developer(s) Atari Corporation Rebellion Developments (Atari Jaguar) …

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  • 15 Checkered Flag (film) — See also: Checkered flag Checkered Flag Directed by John Glen Michael Levine Produced by James Margellos Written by Clayton Frohman E.F. Wallengren Jason Bret …

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  • 16 Checkered Flag (Jaguar) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Checkered Flag. Checkered Flag Éditeu …

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  • 17 Checkered Flag (Atari Jaguar game) — Infobox VG title = Checkered Flag caption = developer = Rebellion publisher = Atari Corporation designer = engine = released = vgrelease|NA=1994 genre = Racing modes = Single player, multiplayer ratings = vgratings|ESRB=Kids to Adults platforms …

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  • 18 white checkered flag — See black and white checkered flag …

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  • 19 black and white checkered flag — A flag which is waved at the finishing line in races to indicate the winner …

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  • 20 flag — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ national ▪ battle ▪ burning ▪ tattered ▪ A tattered flag hung from the roof of the burned out building …

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