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(predominantly public transport) To hover an RFID device such as a smartcard over a receiver in order to complete an action with a often involving graphic user interface such as making a payment or permitting access.
Even if he didn't put the same price tag on something material, he didn't begrudge Tim for being the way he was.
I have a 1959 roadster that has body number 405 stamped into the oval tag on the engine side of the firewall.
Embellishments help support the theme of your layout, such as using a Santa Claus tag on a page about special Christmas gifts.
One point of contention during the divorce proceedings was the high price tag on the settlement that Hogan would have to pay out to his estranged wife.
However, the price tag on these clearance items may be significantly lower.
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