Recent Examples of decal from the Web
The University of Nevada also announced plans to wear tribute decals for the rest of the ’17 season.
Local design firm Minimal studios created the decals after employee Neill Townsend, 32, was fatally struck in 2012 by a semitruck driver when Townsend swerved on his bike to avoid an open car door near Walter Payton High School.
Residents of Gulf Shores should have already received emergency re-entry decals.
The council also approved an ordinance amending city code on business license taxes, licensing procedures and entertainment licenses for various businesses, and removing the section on vehicle decals for businesses using vehicles.
All royalties from the sale of the new merchandise, like cornhole boards and car decals, will go toward scholarships and student support for Myaamia students at Miami.
The Oakland Raiders, who will soon relocate to Las Vegas, will wear a Vegas Strong decals on the back of their helmets honoring the 59 victims and more than 500 injured who were injured when a gunman opened fired at a country music concert.
Cornet’s version keeps the beloved mary jane silhouette but adds whimsical decals of hearts, moons, cherries, and lips — like Emojis for your feet.
This mode includes the neat option to upload custom decals as SVG files, although we haven't tested that yet in the game.
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Origin and Etymology of decal
First Known Use: 1937See Words from the same year
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