SIGN


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AcronymDefinition
SIGNScottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network
SIGNStudent Interest Group in Neurology (various locations)
SIGNSurgical Implant Generation Network (bone fracture care charity)
SIGNSafe Injection Global Network
SIGNSociety of Investigators of Greater Newark (Newark, NJ)
SIGNSchool of Information Global Network (university student organization)
SIGNState Integrated Government Network
References in classic literature ?
If the White Whale be raised, it must be in a month and a day, when the sun stands in some one of these signs. I've studied signs, and know their marks; they were taught me two score years ago, by the old witch in Copenhagen.
These two points accomplished, he went in search of the painter who was to paint the sign; and he was soon found.
"Sign your name there," he said, pointing to the place.
Confusion of language of good and evil; this sign I give unto you as the sign of the state.
If he be indeed the rightful king, let them give us a sign, and let the people have a sign, that all may see.
"I'll sign the articles that I'm to sign off in San Francisco then."
Now, add these words, and sign them, above the address: To be kept in your own possession, and to be opened by yourself only, on the day of my death -- or
The notary solemnly took the pen, flourished it above his head, and said, "Gentlemen, we are about to sign the contract."
The fourth auditor, who during all this conversation had played a mute part, made a sign of the head in proof that he acquiesced in the proposition.
All this time the Sub-Warden was busy, with the Chancellor's help, shifting the papers from side to side, and pointing out to the Warden the place whew he was to sign. He then signed it himself, and my Lady and the Chancellor added their names as witnesses.
Neither doth it follow, that because these fames are a sign of troubles, that the suppressing of them with too much severity, should be a remedy of troubles.
I then advanced forward near half a mile, but could not discover any sign of houses or inhabitants; at least I was in so weak a condition, that I did not observe them.