nametag


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nametag

(ˈneɪmˌtæɡ)
n
an identification tag or badge bearing a person's name
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Before anyone snaps your picture, remove your nametag and put down your drink (and, if you are a woman, your purse).
I say all of this so that perhaps employees manning the booths of their respective companies would stop to think that a show attendee's nametag might not tell the whole story.
Better still, show up at the Center on Saturday, April 28--and be sure to wear a nametag.
However, imagine if a whistleblower did arrive for an interview wearing a nametag complete with an emotional reading: Bob--angry.
Francis branch and saw the nametag on Aldrin's chest, he excitedly approached the agent.
Pressing the Nametags button should bring up the Nametag editor.
Famous for their hide-and-seek game, wherein you have to rip off your opponent's Velcro-ed nametag to win the game, 'Running Man' is a household name for Korean variety show fans.
The Seoul show is at CJ AzitGwangheungchang, with openers Nametag, ABTB and HarryBigButton.
The clerk pressed the second-floor button and when the lift started moving upwards, he came close to the girl and grabbed her nametag and tried to read her name but she pulled herself away from him, said records.
Over the last 25+ years, Nametag International's AgTag division has been 100% focused on the challenges of agricultural naming.
'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.
The app, dubbed NameTag, would also require individuals to opt-out of a process that culls their information from public social media accounts.