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at sign

(1) In a DNS record, the at sign (@) identifies the domain being referenced. See DNS records.

(2) The at sign (@) has become widely identified around the world due to its use in Internet email addresses and Twitter names. Officially called an "asperand," the at sign separates the recipient's name from the domain name in email; for example, me@mycompany.com.

A Twitter Symbol
The at sign is a prefix to a member's name on Twitter; for example, @BarackObama is President Obama's Twitter name. See Internet address.
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Kirklees Council today promised it would put the arrow back.
To add to the presentation, Logan brought an arrow back chair, circa 1840, that had belonged to that family and had been given to him by Ralph Morden in the early 1970s.
In the race before, Imperial Dancer won a thrilling Festival Stakes at Goodwood, defeating Island House by a head with Border Arrow back in third.
People don't always realise that there's a lot more to archery than pulling an arrow back and letting it go.
Nick gave her to the arrow back and she is keeping it well away from Lucy.
The important thing is to have something safe that won't bounce the arrow back toward the firing line.
Then the fortunate one must wait for me on a Saturday night and count seven after the stroke of twelve, drawing the arrow back until it touches his heart.
This is because the vanes will have a longer lever arm to turn the arrow back on course if it is pointed the wrong way--and that is a good thing.
I pull my fleece facemask down and feel my breath begin to freeze in my beard as I put my arrow back in its quiver and gather my gear.
Fast action here: We nocked and fired countless arrows along this stretch, reeling each arrow back for another shot.
Lifting the arrow back onto the rest with my finger, I managed to reach full draw and place my 20-yard pin on the doe, burning a hole right behind her shoulder.
But, with unerring accuracy, Troughton moved rapidly on to the ball as if on tracks to arrow back in throw after throw.