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Synonyms for badge

Synonyms for badge

an emblem of honor worn on one's clothing

something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else

Words related to badge

an emblem (a small piece of plastic or cloth or metal) that signifies your status (rank or membership or affiliation etc.)

any feature that is regarded as a sign of status (a particular power or quality or rank)

put a badge on

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Blue badge holders can park free of charge and without time limit in any on street pay and display area as long as they clearly display their blue badge in the vehicle.
About Imprint Plus: Imprint Plus manufactures an assortment of name badges and signage systems that range from The Mighty Badge Kit, available in 10+ kits; to YouWho name badges in two- and four-unit kits, starting at $25.
Digital badges are still evolving, but the most popular standard seems to be the Mozilla Open Badge Infrastructure (OBI) specification.
But emblems of Stick's days as the agency's deputy inspector general remain: roughly 300 high-dollar badges he designed and ordered for his investigators at a cost to taxpayers of $36,000.
The council spokeswoman said the authority was also concerned that some third-party websites charged PS50 and more to process blue badge applications.
Sonic major financial supporters are also entering the digital badge arena, and the sheer number of badge issuers has grown significantly.
Finally, the following resolution was passed: "That all men who have won the right to wear a silver badge should carry with them their discharge papers, in view of the fact that civilian police have the right to challenge any man wearing the badge to show that he has earned the right to wear it.
The blue badge scheme provides parking concessions for those with severely restricted mobility who have difficulty using public transport.
Having noted the debate about Newbies vs Old-timers in recent days, I can see only one solution: badges.
This obviously wasn't a merit badge when Scouting started in 1910.
Blue Badge holders are some of the most vulnerable people in society but sadly abuse of the Blue Badge system is a problem," he said.
He said: "Fraud by misuse of the badge is estimated to cost authorities up to PS12m each year, based on Government figures.
Currently, eligibility for a blue badge is automatic for those that receive the "highest rate mobility component' of the DLA.
A CRACKDOWN on people who abuse the blue badge disabled parking system is being launched today.
BADGE was used as a starting substance or stabilising components for epoxy resins [14].