On Monday, July 18th at AT&T Park, both the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants wore red AIDS ribbons in support of "Until There's a Cure Night." The Giants have raised money for HIV and AIDs research in recent years.
Major League ballparks go blue on Father's Day to increase prostate cancer awareness
When someone is against uniform it means not to wear them. It mean that they do not like uniform and they are not allow.
what is a gypsys ribbon
it means some one tied a ribbon around a bomb.
what does a binding a picture of a old lover with a red ribbon wraped around it mean?
In the US Military, a "ribbon" is worn on the informal dress uniform, representing the medal. It is of the same color as the medal. There are also ribbons authorized for which no medal is used. In a dress uniform they are typically worn on the right side, while the medals are worn over the heart. You would never wear the medal and the ribbon representing the medal at the same time. Examples would be various unit citations or skill awards. The Navy issues marksmanship ribbons rather than badges. Sea Service Deployment ribbons are awarded for spending long periods of time deployed on ships or with Marine units.
it means you've done better than earning a blue ribbon
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un uniforme (masc.) is the French spelling for an uniform.
I assume you mean "non-uniform". "Uniform" simply means that the velocity (in this case) doesn't change.
Most ribbon tattoos symbolize the person's support for cancer research or those who have had cancer. Other ribbon tattoos symbolize ideas like peace.