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Shoes, Carrie nameplate necklaces, and yes, a Post-it.
The first model with the I.D. nameplate will be the Neo hatchback that goes on sale in 2020.
The squirrel is wearing a cowboy hat, smoking a cigarette, holding a miniature replica gun and is mounted beside the nameplate on pitching prospect Hunter Harvey's locker in the Orioles clubhouse.
Aston Martin’s Lagonda Vision Concept previews two production models the British marque plans to introduce by 2023 under the long-dormant Lagonda nameplate.
The operation appeared legit, with a secretary and staffers and a nameplate on the door for Beck Buying Marketing Group.
In 1986, the cord was cut with Celica, and the Supra would be given a standalone nameplate.
Between media sessions for the high-profile quarterbacks Friday at the NFL scouting combine, Tanner Carew sat at a round table, a personalized nameplate in front of him.
The maker of the Maserati, Jeep and Alfa Romeo nameplates will instead feature men as well as women in less flesh-exposing garb than in previous years, two people with knowledge of the plans said.
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NAMEPLATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nameplate for English Language Learners
: a metal or plastic sign that is attached to a door or wall and that shows the name of the person, group, or company that lives or works there
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