Announcing it in that cheerful way, with her badge and her glasses and her youth.
For many supporters of GOProud, being called a “troll” was a badge of honor.
Each officer was supposed to call out his or her badge number on the radio.
Presidents like Teddy Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson wore their aggressiveness as a badge of honor.
A badge typically costs $5 to $7 per day or approximately $35 seasonally and is sometimes included in rental packages.
Booger flashed his badge at me too fast for me to get a good look at it, but Zit in the front seat gave me a long look at his.
"Let me put my finger on the number for good luck," and she touched the badge on his arm.
"We won't be held up—not if I show this," said the detective, and exhibited the badge pinned to his vest.
"De gent could buy a badge and get in," volunteered Old Bill.
Fane pushed past the secretary and went up to the desk, showing Mallin his badge and then serving the papers.
mid-14c., perhaps from Anglo-French bage or from Anglo-Latin bagis, plural of bagia "emblem," all of unknown origin.
A police officer (1920s+ Underworld)