local sign


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lo·cal sign

the characteristic of a sensation that permits distinguishing it from another sensation by locating its position in space.

direction, oculocentric

Direction associated with a particular retinal point. It is always perceived in the same direction if the light is received by the same retinal receptor. The capacity of a receptor to distinguish its excitation from that of its neighbours is referred to as local sign (or Lotze's local sign). This characteristic means that each retinal receptor has a unique oculocentric direction. See line of direction; oculocentre.
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Your local sign company can help you pick out the right kind of sign for your office location that will fit your budget.
He even gave Adam some bedtime reading, getting chapters from the Peter Pan book copied and enlarged on to self- adhesive vinyl in a local sign shop, and sticking these round the wall.
When you are deciding on which sign company to hire, consider local sign businesses because they are able to come to your location and sit down with you face to face to discuss your needs instead of over the telephone,” Peterschick said in his office in Humble, Texas.
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The wide selection of sizes helps our customers choose the largest possible display while taking into consideration local sign codes and size restrictions," says Chip Stadjuhar, CEO of Skyline Products.
After receiving an update from city planners on all the changes that have been made to the ordinance since the Planning Board began reviewing the original proposal in June, members were urged by representatives of the local sign industry to keep the public hearing open so they can have an opportunity to respond to any additional information brought forward at the next meeting.

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