local sign


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local sign

n
(Physiology) physiol the information from a receptor in the eye or the skin signifying respectively a direction in space or a given point on the body
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She shows us video of the raids the night before, and the tire fires and pot-banging (a local sign of loud protest) that preceded them.
You could even partner with a local sign shop to print an anniversary banner and post it prominently in your store.
Equipped with a built-in photo booth, it is going to make stops at communities so that residents can saunter in, sign a word, get photographed and learn about the local sign language.
The bank selected a truck and then brainstormed a name for the vehicle, which became the "Ice Cream Machine" The banks in-house graphic designer came up with the decoration, which was vinyl-wrapped on the vehicle by a local sign company.
Back then, King was a small local sign company with 17 employees, Shaun Londahl said.
A sure and happy local sign of spring is the return of carnivals, such as the Fiesta Shows Carnival, which touched down at the Greendale Mall for the recent school vacation.
Although it was located in an urban area with numerous professional sign language interpreters holding special certification to work in legal settings, the court was unable to find any local sign language interpreters who were fluent in KSL.
For the new signage Burke worked with the same local sign company that developed the store's logo 30 years ago.
Colder mornings were the only local sign of these fronts passing the Cape.
The self -taught artist of Pakistani origin, living and working in Frankfurt, Germany, originally hails from Rawalpindi where he, as a young boy, initially learned from a local sign board artists but later became inclined towards self-expression and moved to Germany as a full time artist.
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