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film badge

[′film ‚baj]
(nucleonics)
A device worn for the purpose of indicating the absorbed dose of radiation received by the wearer; usually made of metal, plastic, or paper and loaded with one or more pieces of x-ray film. Also known as badge meter.
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The younger men wore the uniform of the nobility with long waists and broad shoulders, unbuttoned over white waistcoats, or uniforms with black collars and with the embroidered badges of justices of the peace.
The blue badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems.
For those caring for a spouse or parent with dementia at home, a name badge with their loved one's name, address or phone number, can provide peace of mind in case they leave the house unattended or get separated from a family member while away from home.
Tenders are invited for Custom Uniform Badges - Police
And you can post a digital badge on LinkedIn using a procedure discussed in LinkedIn's Help section.
We would expect the decisions to be made in our [office of inspector general] to be cost-effective and be cognizant that every dollar we spend is a taxpayer dollar," Goodman said of the badge purchases.
If all the disabled bays are occupied by able-bodied people who are either lazy or avoiding paying parking fees, genuinely disabled blue badge owners are prevented from accessing a venue.
Last year's article outlined the history of the badge movement and its connections to a variety of educational initiatives massive open online courses (MOOCs).
n The I Told You To Get Your Shoes On, Now We're Going To Be Late And We're Going To Have To Run To School badge courtesy of adidas Trainers.
It was obvious that this abuse of the badge might lead to recruiting scandals, and that we were likely to find able-bodied men who had evaded conscription hiding behind the badge and a man who had broken his health and strength in the cause of his country.
It will also set process for applicants when a badge is refused on eligibility grounds.
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.