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sandwich sign

A term referring to the histologic appearance of dermatophytosis, in which the hyphae are sandwiched between the upper normal cornified zone and the lower abnormally cornified orthokeratotic and/or parakeratotic zone.
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The scene cordoned off on busy Bold Street, where a man was left in a critical condition after being hit with a sandwich board Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
The ordinance exempts only sandwich boards of a "standard size." The signs cannot impede pedestrians' or vehicles' right of way.
Now we have a sandwich board outside and if anyone is interested I give them a trial," he added.
Summary: Wearing a sandwich board with the words "JOB WANTED.
/ I tried to rid myself of the infestation / By walking miles with a sandwich board. / I wished everyone a terrific stay.
But with Do Not Call, Do Not Fax and Do Not E-Mail regulations working their way into existence, it may soon be that the only alternative to mail may be for me to stand alongside Route 81 wearing a sandwich board reading:
World record try scorer Campese, who famously walked down Oxford Street with a sandwich board which said 'I admit the best team won' after betting that England would not win the World Cup last year, has something of a hate-hate relationship with the England supremo.
Their nomination is for David Campese's walk along Oxford Street, decked out in a sandwich board that read `I admit the best team won', after his dismissive views on England's chances in the Rugby World Cup.
Unfortunately, the sandwich board also drew the attention of Redmond's regulators, who have decreed that the content of portable signs must be limited to three topics: real estate, politics, and celebrations.
As well as kipping in S4C Popcorn's winnebago, judging the battle of the bands competition every afternoon, interviewing Ioan Gruffudd, and DJ-ing at many of the gigs, I'm also going to be wandering around attached to a big sandwich board (not literally), to launch a brand new publication called Tacsi.
Here, Stalder promoted his exhibition for several hours, wearing a sandwich board with the slogan: "Keine Deregulierung fur die Erfindung des Nebels" (No deregulation for the invention of fog).
Political handbook rather than full-blown biography, it effectively paints Gore as a walking sandwich board for Democratic Leadership Council values, tapped for higher office because Bill and Hillary saw in him "a kindred soul in political philosophy, hewing to the pro-corporate, anti-union positions...which together they had founded and nurtured." From his family connections to Occidental Petroleum to his education partly under Martin Peretz (from Peretz's pulpit at Harvard, not The New Republic), Gore's background is shown with no mirth in the balance but his "propensity to boast excessively" demonstrated at every turn.