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an expressive, meaningful bodily movement

to communicate by means of such devices as lights or signs

to make bodily motions so as to convey an idea or complement speech

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When those who could had recovered, the entire story had been told to the French commander; but the men were too ignorant to be able to tell him at just what point on the coast the professor and his party had been marooned, so the cruiser had steamed slowly along within sight of land, firing occasional signal guns and scanning every inch of the beach with glasses.
The signal guns of the afternoon before had not been heard by those on shore, it was presumed, because they had doubtless been in the thick of the jungle searching for Jane Porter, where the noise of their own crashing through the underbrush would have drowned the report of a far distant gun.
Then I thought I heard a faint tapping on the wall--the mere ghost of the familiar signal.
On the first occasion I was too skeptical to do more than verify by natural methods the character of the incident; on the second, I responded to the signal after it had been several times repeated, but without result.
In front of them was a piece of artillery ready to give fire on the signal from the engineer.
Before entering it I examined the curtain-cord of the window and found that I had only to release it from its fastening with my fingers for the curtain to fall by its own weight and hide the square of light from Rouletabille--the signal agreed upon.
The signal had been given, and I did not see Rouletabille appear at the corner of the off-turning gallery.
7 Vehicle signal groups; 7 pedestrian signal groups; 2 tram signal groups; 1 turn signal group;
John Fisher, assistant general manager of the Department of Transportation, said the city's signal system was built in the 1950s, when left-turn arrows weren't considered standard as they are now.
Deploying transmitters with their antenna touching metal in their surroundings provides about a 10-fold boost in signal strength, says Kate A.
This mechanism reduces interrupt servicing latency as well as eliminates interrupt signal lines on the printed circuit board.
The size and long-term nature of this agreement create a major revenue opportunity for the Company and position us to gain a substantial share of the market for radar warning receiver/ECM transmitters and power supplies over the next decade," said Signal Technology Chairman and Chief Executive Officer George Lombard.
Two decoys can make the signal even harder to steal.
According to the IRS, General Signal could only claim a deduction for post-retirement medical and life insurance liabilities if the amounts contributed to a VEBA are used to fund a "reserve," but not when such amounts are used in the year following contribution to pay the medical claims of active employees.
DF/Signal Integrity uses the constructs of signal active time and receiver sensitive time to represent actual design-specific timing behavior.