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signpost

A term which is most commonly used in the UK as a verb; to point the way, provide direction, guide.
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Faris Al Abdouli, another UAE national, demanded more attention to the signposts on Dibba-Masafi and Fujairah-Dibba roads since tourists from other emirates use these roads.
Tweaking a signpost so that it points the right way isn't rocket science, but it makes a hell of a difference when you're in unfamiliar territory.
Signpost 2: Assign Adequate Pricing Staff to Brands at Each Development Stage Based on Projected Sales Levels and Innovator/Me-Too Status - Cutting Edge Information found that the strategic pricing headcounts assigned to individual products vary significantly from Pre-Clinical development through late-stage clinical trials, launch and post-marketing .
Now the tracks will be used to create heritage and orienteering trails with signposts and information boards to tell people about local history and wildlife.
Bootle Signposts is on sale in libraries and Bootle leisure centre.
New studies suggest that a clear jelly under a shark's skin keeps the animal informed about minute changes in seawater temperature that may serve as signposts to feeding grounds.
Other '80s signposts abound, from the mention of one hotel being "tastefully decorated in chic pastels" to the comment that gay fashion at "alternative" discos included jeans with "well-planned rips" and "baseball caps with the word boy on them.
Now they're sequencing, or finding out the exact order of base letters in the areas between the signposts.
Its brands Co Haulmark, Exiss, Sooner, Featherlite and Miley Co are signposts on the Road to Value.
Then we'll make an important switch from mock nibs to signposts and add a couple features that will drive the bucks wild.
After lifting ATMs of various banks and extorting ornaments from gullible women posing as policemen, they are now busy defacing traffic signposts in the IT capital.
Take for instance the Signposts page in the Racing Post - a collection of up-tothe-minute statistics - it's a great page and to find them altogether is really helpful, but how do you start making all the information pay?