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signa

 [sig´nah] (L.)
mark or write; abbreviated S. or sig. in prescriptions, followed by the signature.

sig.

[L.] sig (mark).

Sig.

abbr.
1. Latin signa (mark or label it)
2. Medicine signature
3. Latin Signetur (let it be marked or labeled)

sig., Sig.

[L.] signa (mark); see signa.

sig., Sig.

[L.] signa (mark); see signa.
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The SIG meetings are open to all interested conference attendees and are not limited to members of each specific SIG.
The initial return on investment in just a few short months underscores the value QAD software delivers to life sciences manufacturers," said Doug Novak, president, SIG.