Recent Examples of decal from the Web
The van is emblazoned with decals that cost another $667 and sport Hill's name.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Earlier this year, a small yellow decal in the shape of a robot mysteriously appeared in the middle of a crosswalk at the corner of Jeptha Drive and Wade Oval Drive near the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Kirchner was commonly referred to as a female horse and Rousseff's likeness appeared on a lewd car decal.
Florida wildlife officers on Tuesday introduced two new 2017 decals for sale to the public to raise money to protect the state's manatees and sea turtles.
Stefany Zamora Leaving work at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin a few months ago, Alyse Bartczak noticed a decal in the window of a vehicle in front of her.
The sandwich will debut Friday at the flagship Coolhaus shop near Los Angeles and at various locations in New York City from Coolhaus ice cream truck outfitted with Mustang decals.
A car with a subdued Russell police decal was spotted there.
In late 2016, the department also launched the Safe Harbor initiative, a partnership between LMPD and businesses that uses rainbow decals on storefront windows to signal secure spaces to report LGBTQ discrimination and bullying.
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Origin and Etymology of decal
First Known Use: 1937See Words from the same year
DECAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of decal for English Language Learners
: a picture, design, or label that will stick to the surface on which it is placed after the paper on the back of it is removed
DECAL Defined for Kids
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