Definition of Signaries

1. Noun. (plural of signary) ¹



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Definition of Signaries

1. signary [n] - See also: signary

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Signaries

signaller
signallers
signalling
signalling event
signally
signalman
signalmen
signalment
signalments
signalosome
signalosomes
signals
signals intelligence
signalwoman
signalwomen
signaries (current term)
signary
signate
signation
signations
signator
signatories
signatory
signatour
signature
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signature sequence
signature tune
signature tunes
signatures

Literary usage of Signaries

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Inscriptions of Kourion by Terence Bruce Mitford (1971)
"Signs 8 and 9 are indeed puzzling, since as they stand they offer forms hitherto unknown alike to the Paphian and the non-Paphian signaries. ..."

2. The Inscriptions of Kourion by Terence Bruce Mitford (1971)
"393, 394, for the signaries of archaic and classical Paphos; table 6, p. 395, for the Common Cypriot. ; Bull. Inst. Class. Stud London, Suppl. 10: pp. ..."

3. Good Will, Trade-marks and Unfair Trading by Edward Sidney Rogers (1914)
"... in discussing neolithic culture, calls attention to a collection of prehistoric Egyptian pottery marks, the so-called signaries of the First Dynasty, ..."

4. Good Will, Trade-marks and Unfair Trading by Edward Sidney Rogers (1914)
"... in discussing neolithic culture, calls attention to a collection of prehistoric Egyptian pottery marks, the so-called signaries of the First Dynasty, ..."

5. Psychology and Pedagogy of Writing: A Résumé of the Researches and by Mary Elizabeth Thompson (1911)
"... more or less pictographic, which have their representatives in signaries used in ancient commerce and in manufacturers' trade-marks" (9, p. 46). ..."

6. Psychology and Pedagogy of Writing: A Résumé of the Researches and by Mary Elizabeth Thompson (1911)
"... more or less pictographic, which have their representatives in signaries used in ancient commerce and in manufacturers' trade-marks" (9, p. 46). ..."

7. The Story of the Alphabet by Edward Clodd (1900)
"... characters more or less pic- tographic, which have their representatives in signaries used in ancient commerce and in manufacturers' trade marks. ..."

8. The School World: A Monthly Magazine of Educational Work and Progress (1902)
"... signaries, and more nearly related to these old Aegean scripts than to their Levantine or Phoenician counterparts. More directly bearing upon tne ..."

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