nametape

nametape

(ˈneɪmˌteɪp)
n
a narrow cloth tape bearing the owner's name and attached to an article
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The family's association with the Cadburys began when John Barlow married Mabel Cash, of the Coventry nametape weaving family, who was a first cousin to Dame Elizabeth Cadbury.
It was in the 1870s that the first Cash's woven nametape rattled off the jacquard looms.
It is worn 1/8 inch above and centered on the nametape.
A great timesaver is the online nametape ordering system - 48 nametapes cost just pounds 3.
Although long established as Quakers, the family's association with the Cadburys did not begin until Antony's grandfather married Mabel Cash, of the Coventry nametape weaving family, who was a first cousin to Dame Elizabeth.
The pounds 32.9 million offer for Jones Stroud, the Coventry-based owner of nametape manufacturer J&J Cash, has been completed.
Mr Baker said CMT planned to take Jones Stroud, owner of the famous nametape manufacturer J&J Cash, off the Stock Exchange once the compulsory mopping up of outstanding shares has been completed.
When senior leaders were looking around the table for someone to take charge of some mission, convoy, meeting, etc., they did not look at the nametape over your left breast they looked at your collar.
"This celebrates joint warfighting excellence as OCPs will become the joint combat uniform for Airmen and Soldiers while patches and nametapes will identify our respective services," Goldfein said.
Wear the new operational camouflage pattern uniform (with the patches and nametapes sewn on the jacket and the patrol cap), carry a notebook and pen, sport a regulation haircut, wipe the sleep from your eyes, and trim the hair between your eyebrows and in your nose.