conventional signs


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conventional signs

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Some conventional sings on topographical map.
As they pertain to topographical maps, symbols to show various features, such as roads, railway lines, airfields, borders, and towns.
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In a short period of time schools of the two above mentioned communities were furnished with anti-fire panels, first-aid boxes, stretchers, loudspeakers, evacuation schemes, conventional signs intended for evacuation, and furniture items existing at the school (cabinets, shelves, etc.
Everyone is aware of the conventional signs of cyclicality in the economy, namely of activity speeding up or slowing down, and prices rising or falling.
At various times, the city has tried to direct hikers to the top of the summit along certain routes by using conventional signs fixed to wooden posts, trail markers attached to rocks, wooden fences, even piles of stones mortared together.
Digital billboards are much brighter than conventional signs and have a greater ability to attract and hold the attention of passing motorists.
Not that Mrs Hann ever demonstrates any of the conventional signs of adherence to Islam, like attending a mosque, reciting the Koran, praying to Allah five times a day, wearing a burka or eschewing pork.
It may be time to develop a coordinated suite of "non-sign" wayfinding tools that addresses problems conventional signs cannot.
It was adopted as a recommended practice: Conventional Signs for Agricultural Engineers.
The footnote references and conventional signs in the letters themselves are sometimes so extensive as to prove obtrusive, and the critical apparatus in the commentary after each letter is formidable in its detail.
The [FOREIGN LANGAUGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII TEXT], the conventional signs, and the betoch are also reproduced in the transcription.
Many possible worlds are constructed by the fabric of conventional signs we weave about ourselves in both the arts and the sciences.
While there may be some highly conventional signs that involve no iconic or indexical elements and hence are pure symbols, our usual examples of icons and indices are not pure.

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