- n either a design that is fixed to some surface or a paper bearing the design which is to be transferred to the surface
- When lizard shoes became the rage, Meyercord soon produced a decal that imitated the real article.
- But Rogers immediately sent out a radio alarm, giving a description of the black truck, detailed down to the Confederate-flag decal on the front bumper.
- If $6 will buy a decal of a flowerpot to make a gutted tenement look cheerily affluent, it could just as well buy a decal of a large filet mignon, surrounded by heaps of buttered .
- Rex Ryan in New York Daily News (blog)
My goal is to win a Super Bowl and nothing's going to get in the way,Ryan added. "We'll go to war with whoever the hell is on this team. It doesn't matter. We're going to be the New York Jets. We're about the decal. It's not about one...
- Michael Waltrip in USA Today
We are very grateful for everything DJ has done not only for MWR, but for NASCAR,Waltrip said. "He has been an invaluable resource ...... and he will continue to be. Having the decal is a way for us to thank Dale for everything he has done...
- Jon S Corzine in Cherry Hill Courier Post
I am particularly inclined to be supportive of a decal or ID sticker,Corzine said at the press conference at the Baker's Basin Motor Vehicle agency on Route 1. "It makes sense, and I hope it moves quickly."