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SIG

abbr.
special interest group

sig.

1. signal.
2. signature.
3. signor.
4. signore; signori.
References in classic literature ?
For the rest of the day, the more timid went whole streets about, for the sake of avoiding the Seven Gables; while the bolder sig nalized their hardihood by challenging their comrades to race past the mansion at full speed.
SIG said trading remains "challenging" in many end-markets, with UK construction activity in particular showing weakness.
SIG SAUER will build the SIG716 rifles for the Indian Army in New Hampshire.
In photos the SIG P365 looks bigger than it actually is, at least to my eyes, because it seems to have the proportions of a larger gun.
In June, a number of SIG 30 members attended the 2018 American Association of Nurse Practitioners Annual Meeting, which was held in Denver.
In the region, the key implementation sites for these solutions will be the manufacturing facilities under SIG's joint venture with Saudi Arabia's Obeikan Investment Group.
Yuze Yang, Pharm.D., from Surescripts in Arlington, Va., and colleagues examined the quality and variability of free-text Sig strings in ambulatory e-prescriptions in a retrospective qualitative analysis performed on a sample of 25,000 e-prescriptions issued by 22,152 community-based prescribers using 501 electronic health records or e-prescribing software applications.
Denise has used JDA solutions for more than 20 years and is an active member of the Enterprise Planning SIG in addition to serving as the Enterprise Planning SIG Chair.
My first "Quick Shot" on SIG's Elite Performance ammunition appeared in the October 2015 issue, and it highlighted a single loading in each of the following three handgun calibers: .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, and .45 ACP.
Like the Mercedes brand, SIG has always had the mystic of being backed by that mysterious "Teutonic" engineering thing.
The suit alleges the companies signed an agreement in 2014 that authorized Cybergun to use Sig's trademarks in exchange for quarterly royalty payments from Cybergun's net sales.