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tagger

Someone who spraypaints or otherwise renders graffiti onto public surfaces, especially in order to display a signature style, image, or piece of writing (a "tag"). A couple of taggers have been leaving their marks on buildings around the city. Police picked up a tagger trying to spray his tag onto the side of the bridge.

tagger

n. a gang member who puts gang signs and themes on things with spray paint. Sam is our best tagger. Man, he’s an artist.
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I'm told by one friend overseas that taggers saw Korea as a new frontier, where there was very little existing graffiti, almost no police enforcement and relatively light punishment compared to the whole region.
Table 4 shows the error rate for individual POS by the MaxEnt tagger when applied to the written genre and Table 5 shows the corresponding figures for the MaxEnt + DS tagger.
The performance of the tagger is evaluated from two different aspects when considering the accuracy of tagging as the percentage of correctly assigned tags.
20 muestras se prepararon con el sistema rotatorio MTwo, segun las indicaciones del fabricante (10/04, 15/05, 20/06, 25/06, 30/05, 35/04) y 10 muestras se prepararon con la tecnica corono apical de la universidad de Oregon: Gates Glidden # 3, #2, # 1 en tercio medio y cervical y se llego a la lima maestra #35 en apical, ya que la tecnica original de Tagger recomienda una preparacion biomecanica crown-down de la universidad de Oregon.
Regex Tagger: The regular expression tagger is initialized with a pattern array, and tags according to that pattern array.
Having the validated jos100k at our disposal, we experimented with training TnT and seeing how its errors compare to the ones assigned by the Amebis tagger. It turned out that the two taggers are comparable in accuracy, but make different mistakes.
It does exactly what it says on the wall JS150308GRAFF-6; A street artist steps up to express his talent JS150308GRAFF-18; A tagger begins to fill out his design JS150308GRAFF-19; A different slant on street art JS150308GRAFF-4; Taggers stand back and admire their work JS150308GRAFF-2; Boxes of spray cans ready for use JS150308GRAFF-11; Taking great care to get the finished article just right JS150308GRAFF-7; It pays to get someone to take a wider view JS150308GRAFF-10; Nearly there .
UMSL psychologist Lori Tagger, an advisor to Mu Tau Rho, sees big benefits from the arrangement.
Reading it backward, however, it becomes "Killer." Apparently, "Rellik" is also the nickname of the first graffiti tagger from Martigny, Carron's hometown in western Switzerland.
Interwoven says key features of its enhanced Meta Tagger Content Intelligence Services offering include:
Wendelin Van Draanen's Shredderman 2; Attack Of The Tagger (0375823522, $12.95) returns the secret cyber-superhero to a new study, with Brian Biggs adding the black and white cartoon embellishments to a story of a kid who wants to fight crime and unfairness.
"When the tagger (west coast euphemism for graffiti artist) pushes down on that spray-can, he's calling the police," says George Lerg, co-owner of TrapTec, the company that developed TaggerTrap.
As senior maintenance engineer, Baxter now had to order and install a replacement before another "tagger," or graffiti artist, noticed the etching and expanded on it.
In addition, the Concept Tagger will be used to enhance content on the USATODAY.com library archives.