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pla·quette

 (plă-kĕt′)
n.
A small plaque or tablet, as of metal, stone, or ivory, often inscribed or embossed for purposes of decoration, commemoration, or identification.

[French : plaque, plaque; see plaque + -ette, feminine of -et, diminutive suffix; see -et.]

plaquette

(plæˈkɛt)
n
1. (Geological Science) geology obsolete a flat concretion found in sedimentary rock
2. (Anatomy) anatomy obsolete a minuscule body or platelet found in most mammalian blood
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Mayor Skaka and BukviA presented Plaquette of the City of Sarajevo - SBF 2018 to numerus officials at last-night's reception to thank them for contributing to the ninth Sarajevo Business Forum with their knowledge and experience.
The award consists of a cash prize (RSD 150,000) and a plaquette. Candidates for the award can be nominated by editorial boards, financial institutions and individuals until 15 November 2016.
Numerous members of the diplomatic community together with a good number of local spectators were also present at the ceremony that included the unveiling of a memorial plaquette inside the training facility.
Vice et corruption a Montreal, 1892-1970 est une plaquette de 129 pages issue d'un memoire de maitrise realise a l'Universite de Sherbrooke.