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Signal Processing, Analysis, and Display program. An environment with an associated programming language by Jan Carter of Argonne National Lab. Telephone +1 (312) 972 7250.

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(1) (SIGnature) A text-based name and address appended to e-mail and Usenet messages. The "sig block" is the complete signature, which may include a favorite quote or saying or even a logo made up of characters (see ASCII art).

(2) (Special Interest Group) A group of people who meet and share information about a particular topic of interest. It is usually a part of a larger group or association. See SIGGRAPH and SIGCAT.
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and Keli Anderson of Sheetz, SIG chairs; Fiona Harris, JDA, SIG manager
34 percent of current and former SIG members incorrectly believe they can only be sued for a portion of the claim costs owed by the group
Free SIG membership is a valuable membership benefit.
Another challenge for coordinators is being able to reach out to SIG members and nonmembers.
Also, SIG machines operate both extruders continuously while varying their relative speeds to create a gradual, phased transition between the hard and soft sections.
SIG is aiming at PET bottles for beer, other oxygensensitive drinks, and small carbonated soft-drink bottles.
In addition, SIG encompasses a New York Stock Exchange specialist in over 150 listings, a NASDAQ market making operation in over 500 stocks, is the nation's largest option market maker and specialist in over 700 option classes, and is the leading sector index options trading firm.
CONTACT: Erich Parker, 703-875-8650, or Ellen Yui, 301-585-0298, both for SIG Combibloc/
Krupp Kunststofftechnik will be an independent unit known as SIG Plastics international GmbH.
Technology Provider Partners with SIG in SIG's continued Global Expansion
User Group Provides Educational Sessions, Hosts SIG Meetings and Participates in User Group Pavilion