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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of badge.


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  • Even the 6 suited, name badged, youthful elders in front of me were questioning why they had been sent to the line.

    And I thought I had it bad.

  • Unfortunately I dont know if 'badged' commandos can go straight to 148 or are required to pass through 29 before hand?

    Army Rumour Service

  • TSA wants private pilots to be "badged" in order to have access to their personal planes at many airports, and different badge for each airport to boot, and yet when it comes to testing their own employees ... well you'll just have to read on.

    Aero-News Network

  • An inf Bn can make no such assumption so their soldiers are 'badged' having completed the appropriate cse.

    Army Rumour Service

  • A police report states that Garza initially denied he had "badged" any passing motorists.


  • Had he just asked him/told him to leave, he probably would of left or, based on Walkers attitude, "badged" the guy and gave him a limited explanation of why he was there. Top News Stories

  • Top jacket supplied to me from a mate in the MOD plod (re badged by Mrs P).


  • By Nov. 3, we had badged 1,200 men and detained some three dozen whose names were on our wanted list.

    The Race to Capture Saddam

  • I think most people have de-badged it and used it to do the gardening … on December 1, 2009 at 9: 06 am Teofilio Cubillas

    And for my next trick……. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Think: Chinese-owned GM plants in Brazil selling Chevy-badged cars that undercut the noble Southron plants that Dick Shelby loves so much.

    Matthew Yglesias » Toyota Idling


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