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Toe tag A piece of cardboard attached with string to the big toe of a dead person in a morgue, used for identification purposes.

A toe tag is a piece of cardboard attached with string to the big toe of a dead person in a morgue. It is used for identification purposes, allowing the mortician, coroner, law enforcement and others involved in the death process to correctly identify the corpse.

Toe Tag is a punk/thrash/hardcore band from Seattle Washington. Formed by Blaine Cook, Alex Sibbald and Steve 'O Ring' Nelson, after leaving the early pioneering thrash metal band The Accüsed. They completed the line-up by adding Steve McVay on bass.

Toe Tag is an Estonian hip hop group originally from Kalamaja, Tallinn. It consists of rappers G-Enka and DJ Paul Oja. Toe Tag was established in 1996. In August 2011, rapper Revo died from skin cancer.

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