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- n. a tag showing the name of the person who wears it
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"What do you mean by that," - Snipe peered at the legionnaire's name tag - "Mahatma?"
Her name tag had glitter and stick-on stars around the word DUCHESS.
She had a smudge of ink on her chin and on the fingers of her right hand, and she wore a name tag that had the store logo at the top and HI, MY NAME IS SHIELA below it.
She brought a hand up and involuntarily covered her name tag that read NANCY TANAKA.
He wore a starched gray uniform, with dark blue flaps on the pockets, and a polished brass name tag on his shirt, with his title, Head of Security, under the engraved letters of his name.
The woman asking the question was short, with shoulder-length brown hair and a neat Lorelei Station Administration uniform with a name tag reading Gillman.
I show up at the apartment building and am immediately given a cavity search by a massive doorman with a name tag reading BRAWN.