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MASCOT

Modular Approach to Software Construction Operation and Test: a method for software design aimed at real-time embedded systems from the Royal Signals and Research Establishment, UK.
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In the 1990s Everton gave the name of their greatest ever footballer to a giant children's mascot memorably described by the ECHO's Philip McNulty as a "six feet foam idiot".
Anyone can cast their vote for one of the seven options for the EXPO 2017 mascot, regardless of their place of residence and age.
To comply with the new policy, the four Houston schools will change their mascots by fall 2014.
Last year the Legislature passed a bill allowing schools to keep their Indian mascots with the approval of the nearest federally recognized Native American tribe.
I think mascots are an unique marketing tool that take your marketing efforts to the next level," said Tara Houser, vice president of marketing of the $154 million First Capital Federal Credit Union in York, Pa.
And a black-haired, mustached mascot wearing a head scarf rallies the crowd.
Students learn everything from how to do different walking styles to special mascot dance routines, and at the end of each class they put on performances to be judged by their fellow classmates.
What are the patterns of interaction from mascots to children?
New bosses at the Perry Barr-based team have set up mascot packages to allow kids to lead out riders at Aldridge Road before races because of popular demand.
The happy glow worm takes similar characteristics from other mascots such as Disney's, Mickey Mouse, with caricatured features such as hands and feet.
ALBIE, the Piazza Shopping Centre's official mascot, is in training.
The collies, called Tiff and Taff from Wales Young Farmers' Clubs (YFC), joined 60 other mascots from clubs around the country with prizes being awarded to the best mascot, the fastest mascot and even the slowest mascot.