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Keywords and Sections
DEN
WOOD BADGE COURSE
COMPLETION
RITUAL
WOLF
ACHIEVEMENTS
AMERICA
FOUNDERS
ROYAL CROWN
CENTRE
BLUE FIELD
CANTON
AWARD
HONOUR
CIRCLE
PIN
PART
CREST
HONOR
MEMBERSHIP
LORD BADEN-POWELL
CHARAKTERYSTYKA SERWISU
UNION JACK
BRITISH ENSIGNS
HERALDRY
UNIFORM
SCOUT UNIFORM
GOLD
IMPERIAL CROWN
COAT
WREATH
LETTERS
MONOGRAM
ORDER
GARTER
LOCAL SCENE
COLONIAL FLAG
COLONIAL OFFICE
ADMIRALTY
ADMIRALTY FLAG BOOK
RED
DEFACED
EARNING
BADGES
BLUE
UNION FLAG
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. A badge is recognition of what a young person is able to do, not merely a reward for what he or she has done.
  2. The badge is the crest of the Royal Arms, a lion on the crown. (Web site)
  3. Badge is in excellent damage and wear free condition. (Web site)
  4. The badge is worn strictly as an emblem of membership and only by initiated members. (Web site)
  5. The badge is a British Blue Ensign defaced with minor variations, and the state badge is a British Blue Ensign defaced with minor variations, and in 1876.

Den

  1. Tiger Cubs earn the Tiger Cub badge by completing 15 activities with their adult partner and den. (Web site)
  2. A den should be able to complete an activity badge each month. (Web site)
  3. To earn it a boy must be a member of his Den for at least six months since turning ten years old and have earned the Webelos Badge.

Wood Badge Course

  1. The Boy Scouts of America has continued Baden-Powel's tradition in the form of its Wood Badge Course, the advanced Scouter training course. (Web site)
  2. The object of the Wood Badge course is to demonstrate as practically as possible the aims and methods of Scouting.
  3. Since 1948, the Wood Badge course has served as a source of training and inspiration to thousands of leaders.

Completion

  1. After completion of the Wood Badge course, participants are awarded the insignia in a Wood Badge bead ceremony. (Web site)
  2. Wood Badge A training award granted upon completion of the Wood Badge course. (Web site)
  3. Following completion of the ticket the Wood Badge neckerchief, beads and woggle are presented.

Ritual

  1. Louis Manigault, the principal Founder, then designed the badge and other insignia, and wrote the Ritual for the Fraternity.
  2. A constitution, name, badge, ritual and motto were devised, and Delta Tau Delta was born. (Web site)
  3. While the Constitution and Ritual had already been approved, there was still no badge or "pin" as it was called at that time.

Wolf

  1. A Cub Scout who is in the 2nd grade works in a Den of 6 to 8 boys to complete the following 12 achievements to earn his Wolf Badge.
  2. The den also takes part in monthly pack meetings.To earn the Wolf Badge the boys must pass 12 achievements involving simple physical and mental skills.
  3. The Wolf badge indicates the Cub Scout has learned these new values on the trail of Scouting. (Web site)

Achievements

  1. Arrow Points are awarded to Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts for completion of electives beyond the Achievements covered for earning the Wolf or Bear rank badge. (Web site)
  2. A boy can work on both Achievements and electives concurrently, but he can't receive Tiger Track beads until he has earned the Tiger Cub Badge.
  3. A Cub Scout who is in the 3rd grade works in a Den of 6 to 8 boys to complete 12 of the following 24 achievements to earn his Bear Badge.

America

  1. This badge is a symbol of Cub Scouting all over America.
  2. Merit badge (Boy Scouts of America) - Merit badges are awards earned by youth members of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), a U.S. (Web site)
  3. Bill was a member of the first Wood Badge course in America at Schiff in May, 1936.

Founders

  1. The Founders held many of the earlier organizational meetings of Sigma Chi in this room, and it was there that Runkle and Lockwood designed the badge. (Web site)
  2. The badge of I.C. Sorosis was decided upon by the Founders in 1867, and consisted of a golden arrow with the letters IC on its wings. (Web site)
  3. Frank Baird, a former Deke, had a hand in creating the Sigma Chi "White Cross" badge along with the founders of Sigma Chi.

Royal Crown

  1. As with the Victorian flag the design of the Royal Crown in the badge is changed whenever there is a change in monarch. (Web site)

Centre

  1. The star of the Grand Cross is a silver, 8-pointed star with straight rays; the obverse of the badge of the Order, minus the crown, appears at its centre.
  2. The design of the Medal of the Order of Australia is a badge with a gold-plated silver insignia of the Order in the centre.
  3. It has the usual white disc in the centre of the Union Flag, but the badge differs slightly from any illustration that I have seen. (Web site)

Blue Field

  1. The flag has a blue field throughout on which the badge of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is charged. (Web site)

Canton

  1. Like the Canadian Forces Ensign, this flag has a white field, the National Flag in the canton and a badge on the fly. (Web site)
  2. However, this flag bore the Union Flag, a royal badge, in the canton, so permission to use it had to be sought from the Queen. (Web site)
  3. The flag is 1:2, white with the Canadian flag in the canton (quarter of the area) and the army badge centred in the fly. (Web site)

Award

  1. Den Chief: For doing your best in completing three achievements towards your (Wolf) (Bear) badge, I award you (names) this thong and this bead. (Web site)
  2. For the first 10 projects, a boy is award a Gold Arrow Point, to be worn on his uniform below his Wolf badge.
  3. Merit Badge - An award for U.S. boy scouts for completing requirements in one of 120 career and hobby fields. (Web site)

Honour

  1. Wearing a scouting uniform is a badge of honour, if you ask Nick Fry.
  2. The rank of Senior Counsel is a badge of honour and a mark of distinction.
  3. The badge clearly attests that the colony had been named in honour of the Queen. (Web site)

Circle

  1. Some drawings show the badge in a white circle on the Blue Ensign, but this is wrong. (Web site)
  2. A circle of black dots was superimposed on the flags to show the approximate size of the badge and where it should be positioned. (Web site)
  3. However they indicate that the "red lion badge" was displayed on a white circle on the Blue Ensign until 1921. (Web site)

Pin

  1. Badge The pin of an initiated member indicating membership in the fraternity or sorority. (Web site)
  2. If a brother gives up their membership in the fraternity, or on the death of the brother, the badge or pin is supposed to be returned to the fraternity. (Web site)
  3. PIN - (also badge) a distinctive insignia worn on the chest designating a member of a particular fraternity or sorority. (Web site)

Part

  1. The circle and cross part of the badge was joined together while the stars and lion were meticulously appliqud on to the flag. (Web site)
  2. Those that were granted Arms used them, or part of them, as the badge on the ensign. (Web site)
  3. The fouled anchor, incorporated into the emblem in 1747, is the badge of the Lord High Admiral and shows that the Corps is part of the Naval Service. (Web site)

Crest

  1. English Standards had the cross of St. George at their head; then the heraldic device, badge or crest, with its motto. (Web site)
  2. The badge of the order is featured at the center of the crest, and the lions on either side represent different things each.
  3. AOII does not have a crest, because our founders felt that the beauty and simplicity of our badge possessed enough significance to stand alone.

Honor

  1. In 1898 the Fraternity adopted a special badge to honor her newest members.
  2. It is seen as quite an honor to earn your Wood Badge beads as it shows dedication to Scouting and all it means to the youth of our nation. (Web site)

Membership

  1. The membership badge of the Boy Scouts de Syrie features stalks of wheat, and interestingly, none of the pan-Arab colors are used in the emblem.
  2. The membership badge is represented by the Golden Key.
  3. The membership badge of the Ethiopia Scout Association, features the lion of Judah from the earlier flag of Ethiopia.

Lord Baden-Powell

  1. It was founded by Lord Baden-Powell and is the home of Wood Badge Training.
  2. Lord Baden-Powell himself gave the answer, "Our badge we took from the 'North Point' used on maps for orienteering them with North".
  3. Wood Badge was originally presented by Lord Baden-Powell as a means of strengthening and preserving the Scouting movement throughout the world.

Charakterystyka Serwisu

  1. Charakterystyka serwisu: Wearing a scouting uniform is a badge of honour, if you ask Nick Fry.
  2. Charakterystyka serwisu: Sixty-six Scout leaders and 20 trainers participated in Wood Badge Two training at Lake of The Trees on the weekend of May 3-6.
  3. Charakterystyka serwisu: If there were a merit badge for doing more with less, Scouts Canada would have earned it long ago.

Union Jack

  1. In Queensland, the Governor still flies the Union Jack with its badge in a laurel wreath in the centre of the Saint-George's cross. (Web site)
  2. It replaced the C H C badge on the Union Jack, but was not used on the Blue Ensign until 1922. (Web site)
  3. It is the badge surrounded by the garland on Union Jack. (Web site)

British Ensigns

  1. The centre of the fly has been the correct official position for the badge on most British ensigns since 1869. (Web site)

Heraldry

  1. In heraldry, a cognizance is an emblem, badge or device, used as a distinguishing mark by the body of retainers of a royal or noble house.
  2. It is suggested therefore, that the entry badge (in heraldry), and a suitable glossary or heraldic dictionary be consulted. (Web site)
  3. Heraldry In heraldry, the granny knot is known as the "Bourchier knot", due to being a heraldic badge of the Bourchier family. (Web site)

Uniform

  1. That Badge was patterned after the White Cross of the French Legion of Honor, which was worn on the uniform of a favorite professor of Hopkins. (Web site)
  2. Completing them allows him to earn Arrow Points to display on his uniform under his Wolf badge. (Web site)
  3. On the uniform the Bobcat was worn centered on the left shirt pocket until the Wolf badge was earned.

Scout Uniform

  1. When a Cub Scout joins the Scout Troop, they should wear on their new Scout uniform the most recent numbered Joining In Badge gained in the Pack. (Web site)
  2. He developed the elements of the Scout badge and the Scout uniform, and wrote and illustrated various early publications of the Boy Scouts of America. (Web site)
  3. I heard you have to take all your insignia off your Scout uniform for Wood Badge. (Web site)

Gold

  1. After earning his Wolf badge, a boy can begin working on his Wolf electives to earn his gold and silver Arrow Points. (Web site)
  2. The Greek letters of the Fraternity appeared in gold on a black enameled disc in the center of the badge.
  3. Red was not thought to be a good colour on a blue background and the badge in gold was approved by the Admiralty on 16th August 1948. (Web site)

Imperial Crown

  1. The badge is a light blue Maltese Cross with an imperial crown in the centre of the cross.

Coat

  1. A most appropriate design element, Lambda Chi Alpha is the only college fraternity to include its badge on the coat of arms. (Web site)
  2. The badge and coat of arms are the official insignia of the Fraternity; their esoteric meaning is contained in the Ritual of the Fraternity. (Web site)
  3. British Honduras obtained a coat of arms on January 28, 1907, which formed the basis of the badge used on British ensigns. (Web site)

Wreath

  1. The District Executive is the only Scouter in the District other than Commissioners who wears the wreath of service in their badge of office. (Web site)

Letters

  1. Shortly after the founding, the sisters had a jeweler design their official badge: a golden arrow with the letters "I.C." on the wings. (Web site)
  2. New Zealand did not have a Colonial badge, or indeed a Coat of Arms of its own at this stage, and so the letters "NZ" were simply added to the blue ensign. (Web site)
  3. In less than twelve months the stars and letters were removed from the badge, leaving just the crown. (Web site)

Monogram

  1. Stars were not included on this first badge, but it did have a monogram of the Wesleyan pin attached to the badge by a link chain, thus forming a guard. (Web site)
  2. Since 1926, charter members of chapters have been given the option of wearing the badge of the local fraternity as a guard in place of the monogram.
  3. The original badge was a monogram of the letters “ ΦΨ ”; this was discarded in 1854, and the present one adopted. (Web site)

Order

  1. An order, devices, medal, badge, insignia, emblem, or award tendered by or received from a foreign government.
  2. The badge must be returned to the Crown on the death of the holder or on the holder ceasing to be a member of the Order.
  3. The badge, surmounted by an imperial crown, has a blue-enamelled border bearing the motto of the Order, 'In action faithful and in honour clear'.

Garter

  1. The badge for the usher is a knot (like those on the collars of the companions of the order) encircled by the Garter and surmounted by a crown.
  2. The only thing I would want to do at my future wedding is to have my sisters serenade me and pin my badge to my garter or bouquet. (Web site)

Local Scene

  1. The 1876 design featured a colonial badge, showing a "local scene" instead of the Hong Kong coat of arms.
  2. The 1876 design had a different badge, with a "local scene" instead of the Hong Kong coat of arms.

Colonial Flag

  1. Certainly by independence the colonial flag was the standard Blue Ensign with a badge of the red lion rampant on a white disc. (Web site)

Colonial Office

  1. However the Royal Mint, Colonial Office and the High Commissioner were still arguing about details of the badge. (Web site)

Admiralty

  1. The Admiralty opposed the move at first, but later conceded, stating that the flag should be the Union Jack with a badge. (Web site)
  2. Blue Ensigns with a badge in the fly could be authorised by correspondence between the Admiralty, Colonial Office and relevant governor. (Web site)
  3. In 1876, the "local scene" badge was re-adopted to the Blue Ensign flag with the Admiralty 's approval. (Web site)

Admiralty Flag Book

  1. The badge shown in the Admiralty Flag Book is very small and would have been almost invisible on an ensign. (Web site)
  2. For example, in 1936 the Admiralty Flag Book of 1930 was amended with a new badge for the Falkland Islands based on the arms granted in 1925. (Web site)
  3. The date of the amendment which inserts the "red lion badge" into the Admiralty Flag Book (June 1896) then makes more sense. (Web site)

Red

  1. When the badge of rank for Eagle Scouts was designed in 1912, a small silver eagle was suspended from a tricolor ribbon of red, white, and blue.
  2. The badge of the order consists of a gold Maltese cross enamelled in red with white enamel outline and golden rays between the arms.
  3. Men wear the badge on a ribbon (red with golden border threads) around their necks, and women on a bow at the left shoulder. (Web site)

Defaced

  1. The craft then flew a Blue Ensign, defaced by a badge of an RAF eagle above an anchor, all in yellow. (Web site)
  2. It is used either plain, or defaced with a badge or other emblem.
  3. The Club first used a plain white ensign, defaced with a club badge during the 1830s. (Web site)

Earning

  1. After earning his Bear badge, a boy can begin working on his Bear electives to earn his gold and silver Arrow Points. (Web site)
  2. After earning their Bear badge they can work on electives to earn Arrow Points. (Web site)
  3. After earning the Bear badge, the scout may earn arrow points by completing additional achievement tasks. (Web site)

Badges

  1. As he is earning the Webelos Badge and the Arrow of Light Award, a Webelos Scout is required to earn eight of the 20 available activity badges.
  2. Badges: The standard badge of the Fraternity is to be worn over the heart and in a manner befitting the honor and diginity to which the badge is entitled.
  3. Commercial flag books show the badges in circles, but none that I have seen, have ever explained that the white circle is not necessarily part of the badge. (Web site)

Blue

  1. In the autumn of 1946, the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps placed its badge in the centre of a vertically divided tricolour of gold, blue and white flag. (Web site)
  2. Smith (1982) describes this flag as blue over red over blue triband with a black and white badge in the middle.
  3. According to the website and Das (1981), the flag is red over blue with the corps badge (a field gun) in gold. (Web site)

Union Flag

  1. In its 1 April issue, it showed the flag of the BAT and added that there was a Union Flag with the badge in the centre and also a red civil ensign. (Web site)
  2. Otherwise the Governor of Natal's flag followed the usual pattern used in the British Colonies, and placed the badge within laurel Garland on the Union Flag.
  3. The governor was appointed by the Court of Directors and not by the Crown, so the badge on the Union Flag did not have the usual garland of laurel leaves. (Web site)

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