signature

  1. your name written in your own handwriting
  2. a distinguishing style
  3. a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program
  4. the sharps or flats that follow the clef and indicate the key

Signature

A sheet of printed pages which when folded become a part of a book or publication.
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Signature

the signing or mark of a potter, coin artist or sculptor; for more information, see the Perseus Encyclopedia entry for Dipinto.
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Signature

Name in own handwriting / Text footer to emails, details ...
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Signature

A section of the book resulting in the folding of the printed sheets a number of times.
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signature

[n] - a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program 2. [n] - your name written in your own handwriting 3. [n] - a sheet with several pages printed on it
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Signature

this is a small area of text at the bottom of a message which is configured by the user - whenever he or she posts a message or Usenet article, the signature is attached automatically by the mailing software - it may take the form of a set of words and/or ASCII graphics
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Signature

The signature function is used in conjunction with booklet printing. The spine of a book is made up of numerous smaller booklets which are then bound together. For example, if you fold a sheet of A4 paper in half you can create 4 pages of A5. The signature option limits the amount of pages used to print individual booklets in order to make folding ...
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Signature

The letter at the tail of the first page in a section, in alphabetical order, serves as a guide to the binder in gathering. Also refers to the individual sections themselves.
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Signature

Signature: 1) That part of the prescription that contains the doctor's directions to the patient. For example, the signature might say 'take twice daily with food'. Also known as the sig..
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Signature

Sig'na·ture noun [ French (cf. Italian signatura , segnatura , Spanish & Late Latin signatura ), from Latin signare , signatum . See Sign , transitive verb ] 1. A sign, stamp, or mark impressed, as by a seal. « The br...
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Signature

Sig'na·ture transitive verb To mark with, or as with, a signature or signatures.
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signature

1. A sign, stamp, or mark impressed, as by a seal. 'The brain, being well furnished with various traces, signatures, and images.' (I. Watts) 'The natural and indelible signature of God, which human souls . . . Are supposed to be stamped with.' (Bentley) ... 2. Especially, the name of any person, written with his own hand, employed to signify that t...
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signature

noun your name written in your own handwriting
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signature

noun a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program
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signature

noun a distinguishing style; `this room needs a woman`s touch`
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signature

(sig´nә-chәr) the part of a drug prescription that gives directions to be followed by the patient in taking the medicine.
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Signature

• (v. t.) A resemblance between the external characters of a disease and those of some physical agent, for instance, that existing between the red skin of scarlet fever and a red cloth; -- supposed to indicate this agent in the treatment of the disease. • (v. t.) To mark with, or as with, a signature or signatures. • (v. t.) An outwa...
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signature

(from the article `bookbinding`) ...bookbinding, casing-in, or affixing the book into its cover (case), is done entirely by semiautomatic or fully automatic machines. The sheets from ...
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Signature

(1) A musical theme associated with a television program, radio show, or a particular product or service. Also referred to as a Theme song. (2) Single printing sheet which folds into 4, 8, 12, 16, and so on pages to be gathered and bound to form a part of a book, or pamphlet.
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Signature

[charity] Signature is a trading name of CACDP which is a charity registered in England and Wales, and Scotland. Signature promotes excellence in communication with deaf and deafblind people so their vision of a society in which deaf people have full access can become a reality. Signature encourages greater understanding of deaf and deafbli...
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Signature

[dance group] ==Early years== Suleman Mirza is a trainee solicitor/lawyer His involvement concerns the Michael Jackson tribute moves of the dance. Madhu Singh works at PC World in terminal 5 at London Heathrow Airport. Singh`s main involvement is entering part-way through the act and performing Bhangra dance. Mirza, a British Muslim of Paki...
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Signature

In music a signature is the designation of the key (when not C major, or its relative, A minor) by means of one or more sharps or flats at the beginning of the staff, immediately after the clef, affecting all notes of the same letter throughout the piece or movement. Each minor key has the same signature as its relative major.
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Signature

In book, magazine, and catalog production. name given to a large printed sheer after it has been folded to the required size; a number of signatures make up a publication.
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Signature

Sheet of printed pages which, when folded, become part of a publication.
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