Definitions for "Badge "
Keywords:  exhibitors, worn, attendees, chi, token
A distinctive mark, token, sign, or cognizance, worn on the person; as, the badge of a society; the badge of a policeman.
Something characteristic; a mark; a token.
To mark or distinguish with a badge.
Badge allows users to display a simple graphical "badge" that signifies membership with a particular group or project in a weblog signature. It is the digital analogue of an "I Voted" sticker, or the countless other bumper stickers given out by non-profit groups. Badge is a reasonably secure system for adding images to weblog singatures in a controlled way.
An emblem or other device displayed on a flag, generally in the fly.
An heraldic device using some element or elements of the armorial bearings, usually to signify property belonging to the armiger
Keywords:  scout, embroidered, junior, cub, merit
Round embroidered recognition earned by a Junior Girl Scout
(see activity badge for Cub Scouts or merit badge for Boy Scouts.)
Round embroidered award for Junior Girl Scouts to indicate increased knowledge and skill in a particular subject.
A carved ornament on the stern of a vessel, containing a window or the representation of one.
n. Police or corporate security.
Police officer. Rochester PD sometimes refers to cars that are staffed with two officers as "2-badge" cars.
The 1969 song "Badge", by Cream, was penned by Eric Clapton and George Harrison during a collaborative effort between Clapton, Harrison and Ringo Starr. Although it was paired with one of Cream's less notable songs, "What a Bringdown", Badge was nonetheless a major hit when it was released as a single in April of 1969, following release of the album Goodbye in January.
A magnetic card designed for user identification.
Kronos terminology for the BGSU student ID card used to "clock in" at a card reader.
To use a card key in a reader to gain access to protected areas.
A banner of 125 x 125 pixels or a similar size and shape, often used for sponsorship ads.
A banner dimension type. Used to refer to 125 x 125 pixels size or 120 x 60 pixels size. A 125 x 125 pixel banner is also referred to as a square banner, and a 120 x 60 pixel banner is also a type of button banner. 125 x 125 Badge banner 120 x 60 Badge banner
A square banner unit typically size at 125x125; often located on the corners of web pages.
Keywords:  accoutrement, patch, can't, did, sash
a device, patch, or accoutrement which is presented
A small, round patch on a girl's sash that she can't remember what she did to get.
a name tag on an avatar, with the nickname the user chose when they immigrated
A graphic added to an existing graphic to provide additional information about that existing graphic--for example, to indicate a change in the action that a button represents or to indicate the presence of a problem in the entity that an icon represents.
A graphic added to existing toolbar buttons that indicates a change in the action of the button--for instance, the display of a menu, the creation of a new object, the addition of an object to a collection, or the review or editing of settings and properties.
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 goal for which girls work hard To accomplish a role and meet with high regard
a text string that shows up in your profile, indicating that you have accomplished some particular task
Keywords:  kill, licence, license
a licence to kill
a license to kill
a wonderful tool To gain entrance to workplace or school
A visual element in a movie's display that distinguishes a movie from a static image. The movie controller component supplied by Apple supports badges.
Keywords:  workers
put a badge on; "The workers here must be badged"
Keywords:  tickets, traffic, free, pass
a free pass for traffic tickets
a convenient help in identifying a person's abilities/raining, I like them
a small device that transmits a unique infrared signal every few
Keywords:  target, good
a good target
Keywords:  contexts, picture, object
a picture of an object, and only in certain contexts
Keywords:  defense, ground, environment, air, base
Base Air Defense Ground Environment
Keywords:  charge, see
see charge
Keywords:  name, see
see name badge.