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"'Tis the badge of Tete-noire, the Norman," cried a seaman-mariner.
"Let me put my finger on the number for good luck," and she touched the badge on his arm.
"De gent could buy a badge and get in," volunteered Old Bill.
Again the badge number—11,785—was not Mortimer's, as registered in Faust's book.
It was a badge of courage, whatever it was—a badge which thrilled and horrified me.
A broad chain of gold around his neck formed the badge of his office.
Every fellow had a badge on his left arm with the letters 'S.
And Mr. Withells became a special constable, with a badge and a truncheon.
He didn't blink an eye when I took Fats' badge off the desk.
He touched up all the bullet scratches and keeps his badge polished.