A distinctive emblem worn as a mark of office, membership, achievement, licensed employment, etc
a Girl Scout badge
A distinguishing object or emblem
a large gold key hung around his neck as his badge of office
A feature or sign that reveals a particular condition or quality
my jeans had patches on the knees, like badges of courage marking encounters with barbed wire
an emblem (a small piece of plastic or cloth or metal) that signifies your status (rank or membership or affiliation etc.); "they checked everyone's badge before letting them in"
put a badge on; "The workers here must be badged"
any feature that is regarded as a sign of status (a particular power or quality or rank); "wearing a tie was regarded as a badge of respectability"
A badge is a device or accoutrement, often containing the insignia of an organization, which is presented or displayed to indicate some feat of service, a special accomplishment, a symbol of authority granted by taking an oath (e.g. ...
A heraldic badge is is an emblem or personal device worn as a badge to indicate allegiance to or the property of an individual or family. Medieval forms are usually called a livery badge, and also a cognizance. ...
"Badge" is a rock song by Cream, penned by Eric Clapton and George Harrison during a collaborative effort between Clapton, Harrison and Ringo Starr. It was included as a track on the Cream album Goodbye. ...
The Badge is a 2002 Mystery-thriller film, directed by Robby Henson and stars Billy Bob Thornton, Patricia Arquette and William Devane.
(Badges (song)) "Badges" is a song by American punk/alternative trio The Minutemen, which was composed by the band's bassist Mike Watt.
A distinctive mark, token, sign, emblem or cognizance, worn on one's clothing, as an insignia of some rank, or of the membership of an organization; A small nameplate, identifying the wearer, and often giving additional information; A card, sometimes with a barcode or magnetic strip, granting ...
(BADGES) Each booth space will be furnished 2 badges, including one all-access badge and one "exhibit only" badge. Additional exhibit only badges may be purchase at the standard registration rate. ...
(Badges) A form of identification. At AADE, there are different colored badges to distinguish exhibitor/booth personnel from attendees and press.
(Badges) Can you tell me what badges are (See attachment). New to the iphone as of Apr. 14. Thanks!
(Badges) They tell which Hold, Craft, or Weyr the wear belongs to. People wear them in conjunction with rank cords.
Badges are little rewards you earn based on your check in habits
A distinctive mark; a cognizance. It is somewhat similar to a crest, but was not placed on a wreath, nor was it worn on the helmet. The badge was a possession of princes, noblemen and other gentlemen of rank, and to this day is retained by some of those houses. ...
Also known as a pin, it is an item of jewelry given to members upon initiation. The badge is to be worn at all official functions, and upon a members death it should be returned to the sorority or fraternity headquarters. ...
The pin of an initiated member.
The insignia that designates your Greek organization.
A cloth identifier that the Catholic Church required Jews to wear. This was later adopted by the Nazi Government in Germany who required certain groups to wear a badge so that they could easily be singled out. For Jews, this was a yellow Star of David. ...
the fraternity or sorority membership insignia
Adhesive, pin or clip-on tag with identifying information that is given to each registrant.
a crescent-shaped pin worn only by initiated members of Lambda Chi Alpha.
a term used by some services that refers to a snippet of code that pulls data from one site for you to include on another. With Flickr this is a way to add your images to your website and with Yahoo! Pipes it’s a way to add your pipe content to your site.
Some Orders have badges associated with them which are worn individually or as part of the insignia of the Order
An emblematic figure, especially placed on some prominent part of the clothing of servants and retainers, such as the breast, back, sleeve, etc., to show to what household they belonged; found also on flags, buildings, etc. ...