St. Andrew's Cross
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Saint Andrew's Cross or Andrew Cross may refer to:
- The x-shaped cross on which Saint Andrew is said to have been martyred by crucifixion
- Saltire, a heraldic symbol in the form of a diagonal cross, including a gallery of flags
- Flag of Scotland, also known as St Andrew's Cross, a white saltire on a blue field
- Flag of Alabama, a crimson cross of St Andrew on a field of white
- Flag of Amsterdam three St Andrew's crosses on a field of black, surrounded by red.
- Cross of Burgundy, or the Cross of St Andrew, a saw-toothed form of St Andrew's cross
- Russian Navy Ensign, or St Andrews's flag, a blue saltire on a white field
- St. Andrew's cross (philately), a saltire that occurs on some philatelic items
- Saint Andrew's Cross (BDSM), a common piece of equipment in BDSM dungeons
- St Andrew's Cross, Glasgow, a road junction in Glasgow, Scotland
- Hypericum hypericoides, or St Andrew's Cross, a flowering plant
- Argiope (spider), or St Andrew's Cross spider
- Andrew Cross Award, a British award for religious journalism
- Andrew Crosse (1784–1855), a British amateur scientist
- Andrew Cross (footballer) (born 1961), an Australian rules footballer
- Multiplication sign
- Crossbuck, a traffic sign used to indicate a level railway crossing
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