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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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Minister for disabled people Justin Tomlinson said: "Extending the Blue Badge scheme is a watershed moment in ensuring those with hidden disabilities are able to travel with greater ease and live more independent lives."
Local authorities have the power to remove badges if abuse is found.
Purchase of the "Honorary Citizen" badges (14 pieces) for 140,000 soms.
Kamran Mallick, chief executive of Disability Rights UK, said that a difference in Blue Badge usage across the country was partly the result of the availability of accessible public transport.
"We are committed to tackling this issue so we can free up spaces for genuine blue badge holders, who can sometimes find parking difficult."
Etch and Pin donates PS1 from every badge sold to a different Coventry charity each month and has raised almost PS750 for local charities so far.
Cleverly, however, rather than simply provide a history of each club's badge in alphabetical order, the authors have built their chapters around themes that might be common to a number of different clubs.
Aaron, aged 34, said: "Parts of theCoventry ring roadhave recently had significant upgrades so, now that work is completed, it is a perfect time to memorialise it with a special pin badge.
If you would like to know more about becoming a pin badge volunteer, email communityfundraising scotland@rspb.org.uk.
The device is considered a temporary badge and is not intended to be worn upon termination of assignment to the agency.
Recently, a driver who falsely displayed a blue badge in Ealing faced one of the most expensive shopping trips of his life after being caught out by the council.