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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.
Again the badge number—11,785—was not Mortimer's, as registered in Faust's book.
"De gent could buy a badge and get in," volunteered Old Bill.
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.