nametag


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nametag

(ˈneɪmˌtæɡ)
n
an identification tag or badge bearing a person's name
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The Seoul show is at CJ AzitGwangheungchang, with openers Nametag, ABTB and HarryBigButton.
I lifted my nametag and said, "I can't help you, I don't work here.
Kids joining in on the festivity are enrolled and welcomed with a nametag, a special gift from the club and a Rixy Club Passport which they can use in any Rixos Hotels across the globe.
Summary: Defendant walked in to lift behind the girl, pretended to be reading her nametag and groped her
Winning the Name Game: How to Create Unforgettable Names | Mollie Young, Founding Principal, Nametag International, Inc.
To address the difficulty, festival management put nametag bracelets on children's wrists with the complete information and mobile number of the parents as soon as they enter the site.
Meetings Direct caters to the ad specialty industry while pc/ nametag sells to meeting planners.
I looked at her nametag and only then I realised that it has something to do with the earthquake in Nepal.
During the custom nametag project, the students began learning an important aspect of makerspaces: peer teaching.
Every attendee had a nametag, the staff captured all of the relevant data, and Dalhousie created a much better, much more impressive experience for alumni.
The vintage-looking flacon, with a screw-off plastic top that resembles a glass stopper and a simple nametag that dangles above the ribbing, provide a quaint touch.
Dressed' in a custom shrink-wrapped, vinyl collared uniform and nametag, it can navigate its way independently around the hotel, including elevators, and accepts tweets as tips.