insignia of rank


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an insignia worn on a military uniform

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Melville's friend Hawthorne springs to mind, in particular his story "A Select Party" (1844), in which he describes the "Master Genius" as being in "poor attire, with no insignia of rank or acknowledged eminence, nor anything to distinguish him among the crowd except a high, white forehead, beneath which a pair of deep-set eyes were glowing with warm light.
The color was a natural offshoot from the brown strands of the burlap bags that Mine Planter Service personnel wore as their insignia of rank.
It originated from the brown strands from burlap bags that the Army Mine Planter Service personnel wore as their insignia of rank.
Dubbed NUDISM - a national uniform for doctors in surgery and medicine - it would be suitably coloured to disguise bodily fluids and have clearly visible insignia of rank.
insignia of rank, corps devices, epaulets, aiguillettes and swords) are deductible.