cried the three girls, as Snodgrass led her friend triumphantly forth, and producing both a chair and a badge, installed him in a jiffy.
At seven o'clock, the four members ascended to the clubroom, tied their badges round their heads, and took their seats with great solemnity.
A similar badge
was once braided about my wrist by the royal hand of Mehevi himself, who, as soon as he had concluded the operation, pronounced me 'Taboo'.
He wore the rings and pins and badges
of different fraternal orders to which he belonged.
Haggard special constables with white badges
stood at the corners of every street.
James McNaught, who had previously developed a 'cancer on board' badge
and later took part in the TfL trial, said: "Many Londoners have got the message about hidden disabilities, and since the badge
was launched I have regularly been offered a seat on my daily commute.
For more than 100 years, Girl Scouts have earned badges
for skills like archery and cooking.
Eventually, the district plans to expand the system so students can share their badge
collections with college admissions departments and potential employers.
For instance, a Notre Dame student who goes on a trip to Ecuador to build bridges can earn a badge
for mastering the calculations involved in the construction, says G.
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can be seen on the Supercar Run up the hill and in between Hillclimbs in the Supercar Paddock.
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The blue badge
scheme is designed to help people with severe mobility problems but misuse of the scheme is a problem all across the UK and has been highlighted as one of the areas of fraud that is on the increase.