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a drumbeat or bugle call that signals the military to return to their quarters

a design on the skin made by tattooing

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the practice of making a design on the skin by pricking and staining

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stain (skin) with indelible color

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There is also no Commercial Registration (CR) available to open a tattoo parlour in Bahrain, but tattoo artists are operating independently - often advertising their services on social media.
A TATTOO parlour has become the first to receive an 'excellent' classification under a new hygiene rating scheme launched across the region.
A MAN has been ordered to pay more than PS1,300 after he ran an illegal tattoo parlour from his County Durham home.
LDC director Matthew Hopkinson said: "Traditional shops are closing and being replaced by food and beverage, services such as nail bars, and tattoo parlours as well as significant growth in the convenience sector."
The shop is spread across three floors in High Street Arcade, with a gallery on the ground floor containing Dirty Sanchez memorabilia and art work and a tattoo parlour upstairs.
Meatshop tattoo parlour owner Peter Madsen said that anyone who gets the tattoo because they are a neo-Nazi may think they are wearing a symbol of racism, but that doesn't change the fact they are actually wearing on their bodies the symbol for a better world.
Now tattoo parlours from all over the world have agreed to offer free swastika tattoos on 13 November in order to educate people about the origins and true meaning of the Swastika.
Tattoo parlours have a difficult time operating on a visible level and the legal status for a modern tattoo parlour is ambiguous at best.
Tattoo parlours are regulated by local authorities who have the right to inspect them for hygiene standards.
TATTOO parlours are failing to ask customers basic questions about their health, a study has found.