St. Andrew's Cross

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The flag of Scotland. FIAV 111000.svg Flag Ratio: 1:2

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St. Andrew's Cross

  1. A white saltire on a blue background, also called the Cross of St. Andrew. This pattern has been associated with Saint Andrew since medieval times.

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St. Andrew's Cross (plural St. Andrew's Crosses)

  1. Alternative spelling of Saint Andrew's cross
  2. (BDSM) An upright X-shaped frame to which a participant can be tied.

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