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Signature vs. Tagline

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Signatureadjective

Distinctive, characteristic, indicative of identity.

‘Rabbit in mustard sauce is my signature dish.’; ‘The signature route of the airline is its daily flight between Buenos Aires and Madrid.’;

Taglinenoun

The punch line of a joke.

Signaturenoun

A person’s name, written by that person, used to signify approval of accompanying material, such as a legal contract.

Taglinenoun

An advertising slogan.

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The act of signing one's name.

Taglinenoun

(computing) A pithy quotation habitually appended to a signature in email, newsgroups, etc.

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Signaturenoun

(medicine) The part of a doctor’s prescription containing directions for the patient.

Taglinenoun

A line attached to a draft of cargo or a container to provide control and minimize pendulation of cargo during lifting operations.

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(music) Signs on the stave indicating key and tempo, composed of the key signature and the time signature.

Taglinenoun

A light rope attached to an object being hoisted by a crane, used to guide it while lifting or lowering.

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(printing) A group of four (or a multiple of four) pages printed such that, when folded, they become a section of a book.

Taglineverb

(transitive) To supply with an advertising slogan; to market as.

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Signaturenoun

(computing) A pattern used for matching the identity of a virus, the parameter types of a method, etc.

Tagline

In entertainment, a tagline (alternatively spelled tag line) is a short text which serves to clarify a thought for, or is designed with a form of, dramatic effect. Many tagline slogans are reiterated phrases associated with an individual, social group, or product.

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(cryptography) Data attached to a message that guarantees that the message originated from its claimed source.

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(figurative) A mark or sign of implication.

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(mathematics) A tuple specifying the sign of coefficients in any diagonal form of a quadratic form.

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A resemblance between the external character of a disease and those of some physical agent, for instance, that existing between the red skin of scarlet fever and a red cloth; supposed to indicate this agent in the treatment of the disease.

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Signaturenoun

A sign, stamp, or mark impressed, as by a seal.

‘The brain, being well furnished with various traces, signatures, and images.’; ‘The natural and indelible signature of God, which human souls . . . are supposed to be stamped with.’;

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Especially, the name of any person, written with his own hand, employed to signify that the writing which precedes accords with his wishes or intentions; a sign manual; an autograph.

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An outward mark by which internal characteristics were supposed to be indicated.

‘Some plants bear a very evident signature of their nature and use.’;

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A resemblance between the external characters of a disease and those of some physical agent, for instance, that existing between the red skin of scarlet fever and a red cloth; - supposed to indicate this agent in the treatment of the disease.

Signaturenoun

The designation of the key (when not C major, or its relative, A minor) by means of one or more sharps or flats at the beginning of the staff, immediately after the clef, affecting all notes of the same letter throughout the piece or movement. Each minor key has the same signature as its relative major.

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A letter or figure placed at the bottom of the first page of each sheet of a book or pamphlet, as a direction to the binder in arranging and folding the sheets.

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That part of a prescription which contains the directions to the patient. It is usually prefaced by S or Sig. (an abbreviation for the Latin signa, imperative of signare to sign or mark).

Signatureverb

To mark with, or as with, a signature or signatures.

Signaturenoun

your name written in your own handwriting

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a distinguishing style;

‘this room needs a woman's touch’;

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a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program

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the sharps or flats that follow the clef and indicate the key

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a sheet with several pages printed on it; it folds to page size and is bound with other signatures to form a book

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a person's name written in a distinctive way as a form of identification in authorizing a cheque or document or concluding a letter

‘the signature of a senior manager’;

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the action of signing a document

‘the licence was sent to the customer for signature’;

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a distinctive pattern, product, or characteristic by which someone or something can be identified

‘the chef produced the pâté that was his signature’; ‘his signature dish’;

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short for key signature or time signature

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a letter or figure printed at the foot of one or more pages of each sheet of a book as a guide in binding.

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a printed sheet after being folded to form a group of pages.

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the part of a medical prescription that gives instructions about the use of the medicine or drug prescribed.

Signature

A signature (; from Latin: signare, ) is a handwritten (and often stylized) depiction of someone's name, nickname, or even a simple or other mark that a person writes on documents as a proof of identity and intent. The writer of a signature is a signatory or signer.

‘to sign’; ‘X’;

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