Signs is the plural of sign. See sign (disambiguation).
Signs may also refer to:
- Signs (film), a 2002 film by M. Night Shyamalan
- Signs (journal), a journal of women's studies
- Signs (International Journal of Semiotics), International Journal of Semiotics, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark
- Signs Gospel, a hypothetical source text for the Gospel of John, according to source criticism
- Signs of the Times (magazine), a Seventh-day Adventist magazine published in the U.S. by Pacific Press
- Signs of the Times (Australian magazine), the Australian edition of that magazine published by Signs Publishing Company
- Signs Publishing Company in Victoria, Australia
Other articles related to "signs, sign":
... In Western tropical astrology, there are always 12 astrological signs thus, each of the four elements is associated with 3 signs of the Zodiac which are always located exactly 120 degrees away from each other along the ... Beginning with the first sign Aries which is a Fire sign, the next in line Taurus is Earth, then to Gemini which is Air, and finally to Cancer which ... on twice more and ends with the twelfth and final astrological sign, Pisces ...
... In antique papyri, pentagrams, together with stars and other signs, are frequently found on amulets bearing the Jewish names of God, and used to guard ... Curiously the hexagram is not found among these signs. 31, 112) at Paris and London there are twenty-two signs side by side, and a circle with twelve signs, but neither a pentagram nor a hexagram ...
... For this reason, British road signs no longer use all capital letters ... and a special font was designed for motorway signs ... See Road signs in the United Kingdom ...
... Road signs in the United Kingdom conform broadly to European norms, though a number of signs are unique and direction signs omit European route numbers ... There is a vast range of signs in use on British roads, from directional sign posts, to signs warning of possible hazards ahead, and regulatory signs instructing motorists to ...
... White's song "Jordan Shore," adding sharp signs to express the raised sixths, apparently reflecting (Cobb, p ... This version appeared in 1936 Denson edition, but in the 1966 edition the sharp signs were removed ... singer Judy Hauff, was printed in the Denson 1991 revision it consistently uses natural signs to specify the raised sixth ...
Famous quotes containing the word signs:
“Young children scare easilya tough tone, a sharp reprimand, an exasperated glance, a peeved scowl will do it. Little signs of rejectionyou dont have to hit young children to hurt themcut very deeply.”
—James L. Hymes, Jr. (20th century)
“It is one of the signs of the times. We confess that we have risen from reading this book with enlarged ideas, and grander conceptions of our duties in this world. It did expand us a little.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“The family is in flux, and signs of trouble are widespread. Expectations remain high. But realities are disturbing.”
—Robert Neelly Bellah (20th century)