illuminated sign

illuminated sign

A sign designed or arranged to emit or reflect light from an attached artificial source.
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WITH reference to the article in Wednesday's Examiner stating the council's objection to Foot Asylum's illuminated sign, someone is having a laugh.
A 1950s-era illuminated sign for Aubry's Cleaners has joined a dozen others at Saginaw's Neon Sign Park, located both inside and outside the Ippel Building in Old Town Saginaw.
Following in the footsteps of the Olympic rings and Great North Run logo, Newcastle City Council has applied for planning permission to place an illuminated sign on the landmark to mark the city's hosting of three of the tournament's group games.
The 50-foot solar powered illuminated sign sits on the storm water management pond parcel of land that is not part of the developable land area.
These are positioned well before the bridge and followed by a flashing illuminated sign warning lorry drivers that their rig is too high.
BRIGHT SPARK: The illuminated sign on Blackpool promenade, designed by Liverpool-based artist Laurence Payot, inset
A BUSINESSMAN accused of having an illuminated sign on the front of his kebab house after being refused planning permission was fined pounds 300 yesterday.
This company ceased trading in January 2009, yet if you walk down Cowbridge Road East after dark, you will see that the illuminated sign above the entrance still shines brightly.
McLeod Road, $15,000 for one freestanding internally illuminated sign: scoreboard for softball field at Squalicum High School.
The first thing I saw when they unveiled the makeover was a wonderful illuminated sign with an image of a dancer.
But there's something new at Costello: a seven-foot illuminated sign outside the gym.