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signum

[′sig·nəm]
(mathematics)
The function sgn(x), defined for all real values of x, where sgn(x) = 1 if x > 0, sgn(x) = -1 if x < 0,="" and="" sgn(0)="">
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"In addition to acting as a strong anchor property in New York, the Chrysler Building fits perfectly into SIGNA's portfolio of historic properties in prime city locations.
Additionally, SIGNA Premier can perform a routine fast brain examination in under five minutes by leveraging HyperSense, a new speed scanning tool, delivering up to eight times faster scanning, (1) which is part of the HyperWorks application suite.
Two more franchises are in the works, one in Jonesboro, Ark., and the other in Springfield, Mo., Signa said.
The brisk popularity of Signa's Grille's incredible sandwiches, house-made chips, and homemade cannoli grew quickly, and the adjacent space was soon absorbed.
SIGNA no es una revista dedicada especificamente al teatro, sino que, a lo largo de su trayectoria, ha dado cabida a investigaciones sobre lo teatral (textos y representaciones).
Speaking during a dinner ceremony held by "SignA'" magazine editor Matilda Farjallah, under his aegis, Daouk said despite all difficulties and challenges the magazine proceeded with its work.
t signa United pay Wayne Rooney pounds 200,000 a week and could match City's reduced salary offer.
Fayyad and Barroso will also signa new e1/420 million financing agreement between the EU and the Palestinian Authority in support of the PA efforts to promote the rule of law and democracy.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H), a US-based company that operates 207 Hyatt Hotels and Resorts worldwide, has entered into an agreement with Austria-based SIGNA Holding Group, to operate the Park Hyatt Vienna, in Vienna, Austria.
"In our lab, we were able to produce alkali metal silicides, which basically are made from sodium and silicon, which, in turn, are produced from salt and sand," said James Dye, SiGNa's co-founder and University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at MSU.
(ADPnews) - Oct 15, 2010 - Austrian real estate tycoon Rene Benko has bought the Eschborn-based headquarters of German stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse AG (ETR:DB1) for EUR 230 million (USD 322.9m) via his Duesseldorf firm Signa Property Funds, part of Signa Holding.