name-tag

Translations

name-tag

[ˈnɛimtæg] Nplaca f de identificación
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From humble beginnings, John has become M&S's sole port of call for name-tag rolls and machines.
Prosecutor Peter Humphrey Jones told magistrates in Prestatyn among the items was a sweatshirt from Ysgol Llywelyn, Rhyl, which had on it a child's name-tag, and when interviewed the mother said she had deposited the item in the bank at Sainsbury's store in Rhyl that same afternoon.
COLLAPSED name-tag firm Cash's has been saved by its own bosses.
You can not only upload your images, but you can also upload the name-tag data which can be associated with your Google Contacts database.
No name-tag or argument about 'tradition' can justify any of this.
Handcuffed and booted out of Portugal's Euro 2004, John Jackson vowed to clear his hooligan name-tag.
My wife and I don't have name-tag wardrobes either.
From humble beginnings, Mr Baines has become M&S's sole port of call for name-tag rolls and machines.
Yet another Midland manufacturer looked set to come off the market yesterday as directors of Jones Stroud, which owns Coventry's famous name-tag maker J&J Cash, agreed to sell the group to management for pounds 32.9 million.
A CITY entrepreneur has landed a lucrative contract to supply iron-on name-tags for school uniforms and shoes to supermarket giant Asda.
That precision/obsession is perhaps best exemplified in the artist's notation of the constituent elements--the "units"--of his works, either on neat little name-tags hung around the necks of jars (as puns on title-tags for paintings) or in the printed "inventories" that accompany each sculpture.