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badge bunny

A woman who is exclusively or primarily attracted to those who wear a badge on the job, such as policemen or firemen. There is one woman who seems to appear whenever I am out on duty; I think she's a bit of a badge bunny.
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lost-and-found badge

n. a military identification tag; a military dog tag. (From the Persian Gulf War.) My father still keeps his lost-and-found badge from the Korean War.
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Of the students who had accessed their badges from the NOCTI Skill Bac Locker.
AT A meeting of the executive committee of the Federation of Discharged Soldiers and Sailors, held at the Criterion Hotel, Liverpool, it was reported that there had been instances of men, who had no right to do so, wearing the silver badge awarded to discharged and disabled soldiers and sailors.
The Members' Bill will give loca pow bad bee or con thaI up a review li t h local authorities the power to cancel badges which have been reported lost stolen and confiscate badges that are misused.
Maybe if the 20-year expat invited a new expat into their social circle they might just be rewarded, not with a badge but with a great new friend.
It's called a Merit Badge University, and for more than 150 Scouts from the Central Massachusetts Mohegan Council, it will mean a chance to get badges in robotics, engineering, space exploration, inventing and seven other disciplines, as well as a chance to learn from college students at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Enforcement officers, like traffic wardens, would have new powers to inspect and remove badges that were displayed fraudulently or cancelled.
In some cases, family members are even using a dead relative's blue badges to avoid parking charges and fines.
Currently, eligibility for a blue badge is automatic for those that receive the "highest rate mobility component' of the DLA.
When I see that people without blue badges are parking in bays for the disabled I try to confront them gently about it, and Sylvia and Harry back the new anti-blue badge system I hear all sorts of excuses.
The company, serving the Atlanta Metro area as a local name badges provider for small to large business, went live online in 2008, under their local business name with a humble web page landing, providing sample designs of their name badge services, and how to contact them.
In a similar fashion to Foursquare, the location sharing service, which allows people to earn points and badges for repeat check-ins to different places, Google News users can earn different pins, starting with bronze and moving up to Ultimate.
A Sunday Mail investigation shows a fraud epidemic by motorists in Scotland's biggest city where traffic wardens report that only a small minority of drivers displaying badges have the right to use them.
A CRACKDOWN on abuses of the Blue Badge scheme is planned in a Teesside borough.
This catalogue includes images and descriptions of all of the Mao badges of the Chinese Cultural Revolution that are housed in the British Museum's Department of Coins and Medals.
DISABLED parking badges are being sold on the black market for pounds 1,500 a time, ministers admitted yesterday.