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service cap

A flat-topped military cap with a visor.
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serv′ice cap`

a uniform cap with a visor.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.service cap - a cap with a flat circular top and a visorservice cap - a cap with a flat circular top and a visor
eyeshade, visor, vizor, peak, bill - a brim that projects to the front to shade the eyes; "he pulled down the bill of his cap and trudged ahead"
cap - a tight-fitting headdress
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Nor did he require the evidence of the broken German rifle in the outer room, or the torn and blood-stained service cap upon the floor, to tell him who had been the perpetrators of this horrid and useless crime.
The body was fully dressed in a green uniform, boots, service cap, whistle and a lanyard - attire he used to wear daily for work.
class="font-size--16WHAT HAPPENED class="font-size--16 MsoNormalMartin's family said he was epileptic and that he drowned after suffering a seizure while crossing the river, class="font-size--16 MsoNormalHe was buried fully dressed in the green uniform, complete with boots, the service cap and a lanyard.
From 6 April 2017, a Long Service Cap came into effect for members who have 21 or more years of service.
The 3 study years represent the pre-GB period, post-GB but prior to region-wise service cap implementation period, and the post-service cap period, respectively.
Topping this is the lavish gold vacuum metallized polypropylene bow style collar with matching anodized gold aluminum service cap (Albea).
Each man wears an ordinary service cap, and it is possible that the equipment will eventually include a pair of boots and a mackintosh, which is considered more suitable for the nature of the work than an overcoat.
Godin, who pulled his notes out from what he told his students was a secret compartment inside his immaculate white service cap called a barracks cover.
The evidence showed that, with the exception of the Highland Light Infantry, who were in khaki, that being part of their Colonial outfit, all troops paraded in drill order, dressed in winter clothing, and the majority of the men wearing the field service cap, which all the witnesses condemned as affording no protection to head and eyes from the sun.
Policemen, truck drivers, service station attendants and delivery men all wore uniforms and what was called a service cap. The service cap had a high crown, usually with an emblem of some kind at the front, held up by a wide, stiff headband, with a short, rounded and shiny visor at the front.
The new uniform will include a gold braid on the trousers for sergeants and above, and the service cap will be authorized for wear by NCOs as well as officers.
New tools include: universal service cap installation/removal tool, aldyl service tee repair tools, core measurement tool (for quality control) and tracer wire connection tools for new service work.

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