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  2. The Sign - Wikipedia

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    The Sign can refer to: . The Sign (Ace of Base album), an alternate name for the Ace of Base album Happy Nation "The Sign" (song), a 1993 hit from this album The Sign (Crystal Lake album)

  3. Elder Sign - Wikipedia

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    Elder Sign may refer to: . Elder Sign (Cthulhu Mythos), a fictional element in the Cthulhu Mythos by H. P. Lovecraft Elder Sign, a cooperative card and dice game published by Fantasy Flight Games

  4. Therefore sign - Wikipedia

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    The inverted form, ∵, known as the because sign, is sometimes used as a shorthand form of "because". The character ஃ (visarga) in the Tamil script represents the āytam, a special sound of the Tamil language. An asterism, ⁂, is a typographic symbol consisting of three asterisks placed in a triangle. Its purpose is to "indicate minor ...

  5. Greater-than sign - Wikipedia

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    The greater-than sign is a mathematical symbol that denotes an inequality between two values. The widely adopted form of two equal-length strokes connecting in an acute angle at the right, >, has been found in documents dated as far back as the 1560s.

  6. Passive sign convention - Wikipedia

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    The convention. The passive sign convention states that in components in which the conventional current variable i is defined as entering the device through the terminal which is positive as defined by the voltage variable v, the power p and resistance r are given by

  7. Wartenberg's sign - Wikipedia

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    Wartenberg's sign is a neurological sign consisting of involuntary abduction of the fifth (little) finger, caused by unopposed action of the extensor digiti minimi.. This commonly results from weakness of some of the ulnar nerve innervated intrinsic hand muscles-in particular the palmar interosseous muscle to the little finger- caused by damage to their nerve supply (denervation).