St. Andrew's Cross
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Saint Andrew's cross or Andrew Cross may refer to:
- Saltire, X-shaped cross in heraldry and vexillology. St. Andrew's Cross usually refers to following specific flags:
- St. Andrew's cross (philately), an otherwise blank area on a sheet of stamps, which is printed with a cross
- Saint Andrew's Cross (BDSM), X-shaped cross in BDSM dungeons
- Argiope (spider), the "St Andrew's Cross spider"
- St Andrews Cross, a street junction in Plymouth, United Kingdom
- St Andrew's Cross, Glasgow, a street junction in Glasgow, United Kingdom, in the form of a saltire
- Multiplication sign
- Hypericum hypericoides, flowering plant commonly called St. Andrew's Cross
- Andrew Cross Award for UK religious journalism
- The Crossbuck at level crossings
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