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  • n. Plural form of nametag.


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  • Using "nametags" - numbered metal bands - Boersma and her team follow hundreds of individual penguins to learn where they go, what they eat and how they survive to the next breeding season.

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  • The nametags were a brilliant touch because it helped confuse the already murky line between who were the actors and who were the audience during the following hour of a mock-bachelorette party gone amok.

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  • Seven players walk to the chairs where their nametags are affixed. - Rejuvenated Hamm still a reluctant star

  • Last December, when her 13-year-old daughter, Lauren, mentioned that students at her school would be getting "nametags," Michele Tatro thought nothing of it.

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  • One of the most pleasing things about the book is the way Nick did the namedropping within the script, negating the need for "nametags" like we've seen in Ongoing.

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  • Always looking for new strategies to address the lack of community cohesiveness, parish leadership has introduced the use of nametags at worship, created picture directories each year, and set up a Welcome Table in the narthex staffed by a volunteer wearing a fluorescent pink “Ask Me!” button.

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  • Heading back up the stairs, parents stop to search for their pin-on nametags, alphabetized on a large board in the hallway off the sanctuary.

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  • He checked the nametags to make sure the names were spelled right.

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  • Makes you glad that the 7-11 girls don't wear nametags advertising the Big Gulp


  • As Marty asks the class to turn in their descriptive essays on heaven and hell, Judas leans furtively into Simon and switches nametags.

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