BADGE


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AcronymDefinition
BADGEBayesian Analysis of Differential Gene Expression
BADGEBalanced Approach to Drug and Gang Elimination
BADGEBasic Air Defense Ground Environment (Japan)
BADGEBisphenol A Di-Glycidyl Ether
BADGEBravery, Attitude, Dedication, Guts, & Everything (police slang)
BADGEBase Air Defense Ground Environment/Equipment
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Jo, how could you?" cried the three girls, as Snodgrass led her friend triumphantly forth, and producing both a chair and a badge, installed him in a jiffy.
With a few interruptions, they had kept this up for a year, and met every Saturday evening in the big garret, on which occasions the ceremonies were as follows: Three chairs were arranged in a row before a table on which was a lamp, also four white badges, with a big `P.C.' in different colors on each, and the weekly newspaper called, The Pickwick Portfolio, to which all contributed something, while Jo, who reveled in pens and ink, was the editor.
"Nevertheless," said the mother, calmly, though growing more pale, "this badge hath taught me -- it daily teaches me -- it is teaching me at this moment -- lessons whereof my child may be the wiser and better, albeit they can profit nothing to myself.
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.
There are around 2.35 million Blue Badge holders in the UK, but the DfT could not estimate how many more people will qualify after the extension of the rules.
"Disabled people and particularly those with hidden impairments, are often subjected to abuse and harassment from those who deem them to be misusing a badge if they 'don't look disabled'.
The Bishkek mayor's office announced a tender for the manufacture of gold and silver breast badges of the Bishkek mayor's office and the "Honorary Citizen" badges for 385,000 soms, said the website of public procurement.
It is one of 89 local authorities that prosecutes people for using a badge if they are not entitled to do so.
"We get around 50 reports of blue badge misuse a year, however, evidence suggests that there's more abuse than what is reported to us.
Lady Godiva is the latest icon immortalised in the badges produced by local firm Etch and Pin, which is releasing a new Coventry-related pin badge each month.