from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of tag.
- n. The act by which something is tagged.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In sheep-husbandry, the removal of clotted or matted locks of wool.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This tagging is a great end to a fantastic week peg_c
But tagging is just vandalism, nothing more. seandr
I agree that tagging is visual blight, and to answer richjensen's point in my experience most of the paint-outs I see are private property owners or neighborhood volunteer groups.
With the built in A-GPS module, geo-tagging is supported to note your photo taking location.
Many of its features will be familiar to anybody versed in tagging, poking and defriending: People can post photos, link to friends and ping messages back and forth online.
However, iin my job tagging is essential where I am looking at products, companies and more and I need to be able to categorize information more efficiently.
The idea behind cross-tagging is allowing all tags to be filled.
Cross tagging is illegal in Ohio and is frowned upon in hunting circles.
As long as no deer is taken illegally I find no harm in tagging another buck with your friends tag.
In my state "cross-tagging" is illegal and I hope that it stays that way.
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