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signboard

a board carrying a sign or notice, esp one used to advertise a product, event, etc.

sign, signboard

1. A display board or surface used for directions, identification, instructions, or advertising; usually consists of lettering, pictures, diagrams, decoration, etc., often in combination, on a contrasting background surface.
2. According to OSHA: a warning of hazard, temporarily or permanently affixed or placed, at a location where a hazard exists.
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When asked why action had not been taken to remove the signboard if the land is the CDA's property, Mr Saleem said they would look into it.
Former President Park Chung-hee rebuilt the wooden structure with concrete and wrote the signboard in Korean, until the gate went through a major restoration project from 2006 to 2010.
The Oman Astronomical Society (OAS) is mulling over setting up more signboards in the northern parts of the country to indicate the passage of Tropic of Cancer from these places.
Companies control specialists became suspicious of the signboard photos and visited the shop to verify them," said the ministry.
Holding placards and banners inscribed with early stopping of the current steps taken by the provincial government regarding cutting of the signboards and billboards, the annoyed agitators were of opinion that through a conspiracy the advertisers community is being deprived of their employment.
Louis Garong, Antique police director, said the tarpaulin had already been 'covered' by another signboard announcing the programs of the Department of Health.
For example, medical signboards in the city have no standard height, appearance and color.
No action is taken against violators in case signboards are put up without approval.
Most signboard makers charge approximately RO3 per square foot for flex face signs, according to Rajan Matthew, from Golden Dots International in Hamriya.
Korean signboard images are composed of only a few characters, as shown in Fig.
The only people who will benefit are the signboard makers.
Most Doha residents agreed that lack of a signboard indicating the name of the street and code number of the zone was a major cause of delay in services reaching them such as ambulances and police or even delivery services.