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This manifestation may be an early sign of multiple sclerosis or the beginning of sewer's cramp.
If it is decided to make a small shift which may be required from military aid or special assistance funds, in order to carry out the purposes of the Mutual Security Act through this new peaceful program, this will be a hopeful sign to the world.
If you are unable to sign the request, because of illness or other good cause, another person who stands in close personal or business relationship to you may sign the request on your behalf, stating the reason why you are unable to sign.
Both man and wife should be aware of the fact that a lack of climax, and even the absence of the anticipated keen pleasure are not a sign that the wife may be cold or frigid.
Sustaining members may sign up at $25 for the ten-concert season ; ;
Other languages, such as Thai Sign Language, developed as a creole of ASL and indigenous sign ; a similar situation may have occurred with Malaysian Sign Language, which in turn was the base of Indonesian Sign Language.
Typically, young children will make an ASL sign in the correct location and use the correct hand motion, but may be able only to approximate the hand shape, for example, using one finger instead of three in signing water.
: A sign, and sacrifice ; may Love, we pray,
It may be an actual helmet or a magical sign with a rather poetic name.
If ADH production is excessive in heart failure, Na < sup >+</ sup > level in the plasma may fall ( hyponatremia ), and this is a sign of increased risk of death in heart failure patients.
As a minimum many countries require that a bus carrying students displays a sign, and may also adopt yellow liveries.
The writers of the study had initially speculated that the reason for this is due to endocrinology with larger breasts indicating higher levels of estrogen and a sign of greater fertility, but the researchers said that " Men may be looking more often at the breasts because they are simply aesthetically pleasing, regardless of the size.
A Venerable has as of yet no feast day, no churches may be built in his or her honor, and the church has made no statement on the person's probable or certain presence in heaven, but prayer cards and other materials may be printed to encourage the faithful to pray for a miracle wrought by his or her intercession as a sign of God's will that the person be canonized.
As a procedural alternative, plaintiff's counsel may attempt to sign up every similarly-situated person that counsel can find as a client.
The myth in Catasterismi may be derived from the fact that a set of constellations appear close together in the sky, in and near the Zodiac sign of Libra, namely Ursa Minor, Ursa Major, Bo├Âtes, and Virgo.
Beyond the calorimetric fact noted above that the latent heats and are always of opposite sign, it may be shown, using the thermodynamic concept of work, that also
If divers are scoring 8 or 9 on most dives, it may be a sign of their extreme skill, or it may be a sign that their dive list is not competitive, and they may lose the meet to a diver with higher DDs and lower scores.

sign and be
At the same time, I am aware that my recoil could be interpreted by readers of the tea leaves at the bottom of my psyche as an incestuous sign, since theirs is a science of paradox: if one hates, they say it is because one loves ; ;
There such soggy acquiesence would be looked upon as a sure sign of deteriorating manhood.
It would be a sign for the untellable, and he, Adam, would understand.
When I looked up the actual date of his birth and found it to be March 15th, I realized that Roy was born under the right zodiacal sign for a watercolorist: the water sign of Pisces ( February 18 thru March 20 ).
The film has an adhesive on the back which permits it to be stripped onto the acrylic panels forming the sign, and also to be stripped off for replacement by new copy as required.
Panels with outdated copy are returned to the sign shop so a new message can be applied.
Obviously, if colloidal particles bear charges of opposite sign or, if one kind is charged and the other kind is not, the attraction will be intensified and the tendency to agglomerate will be greatly reinforced.
What was that old sign, supposed to be painted over a door somewhere, Abandon hope, all ye who enter here??
Five per cent of the voters in each county must sign petitions requesting that the Republicans be allowed to place names of candidates on the general election ballot, or 2
By July 1, six weeks from now, motel-keepers all over the nation will, by 6 p.m., be switching on that bleak -- to motorists -- sign, `` No Vacancy ''.
Failure to attend the meeting or explain inability to attend, the letters said, would be considered a `` sign of indifference ''.
The trouble with them was that they almost never worked, and in fact an agreement `` in principle '' historically turned out to be a sure sign that neither party really wanted the quarrel settled.
The lack of financial benefit can also be seen as a sign of commitment to an activity ; and until the 1970s the Olympic rules required that competitors be amateurs.
When looking at variations it needs to be kept in mind that different groups of people do not always sign one way and not the other, rather they prefer and use a particular form of a sign more often.
There is the standard way to sign the word learn that seems to be used by most speakers of ASL in Canada, and there is also an Atlantic regional variation.

sign and lowered
The maintaining of eye contact is usually the first sign of aggression, while laid-back ears or a lowered head is a definite sign of agitation.
On the day of Campbell-Bannerman's death the flag of the National Liberal Club was lowered to half-mast, the blinds were drawn and his portrait was draped in black as a sign of mourning.
As a sign of mourning, flags flown externally shall be lowered to half-mast ; two black ribbons may be attached to those otherwise displayed.
The flag is never lowered to half-mast as a sign of mourning because lowering it would be considered blasphemous.
Just as the PAF pilot locked on to the Indian fighter and was about to release his AIM-9B Sidewinder Air-to-Air Missile ( AAM ), the Indian pilot lowered his aircraft's landing gear ( an internationally recognized sign of aerial surrender ).
A frown, slouching and lowered eye contact suggests disinterest, while smiling and an exuberant attitude is a sign of welcome.
The little finger is extended to make the " I "; the index finger and middle finger are also raised, with the middle finger bent slightly so that the two fingers together form the " X "; the thumb touches the lowered third finger to signify the two " C " s. When a priest blesses in the sign of the cross, he positions the fingers of his right hand in the manner described as he raises his right hand, then moves his hand downwards, then to his left, then to his right.
Badly damaged and sinking, Peacock, as a sign of surrender, lowered her ensign, and as an additional sign of distress, hoisted an ensign union down from the fore rigging.
In 1824 the duties were further lowered when Britain began to sign reciprocity treaties with other powers.

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