from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who signals.
- n. A device that sends a signal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which makes signals; a person or an instrument employed in signaling.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who communicates by signals
Especially, I suspect, a signaler to law clerks who have just come off journals where obsessive BB compliance was expected, and are now exposed to a constant stream of briefs with random or incoherent citation formats.
One lance corporal, a signaler who had not been assigned to advance, watched his friends try to cross, only, he said, to be “mown down like meadow grass.”
They effect a change in others: they may decrease social distance between the signaler and those around him, calling someone closer; or increase social distance, frightening someone away.
Equip each of these with a driver, navigator, weapons handler and signaler.
One important thing to think about when considering what profit opportunity really exists: how does the military compare as a signaler?
After Comey stops an erupting volcano from killing anyone, he receives a call via his JLA signaler that Hawkman gave him, and he disappears.
Paradoxically, according to the Stanford professors who taught Bio 50, cold is actually a more effective signaler for sleep onset, but it could have no relation to melatonin production.
"There were hard stares and harder hits," explained a woman signaler.
Ces mots ne sont point mis ici pour signaler les peuples de cette partie de l'Allemagne qu'on appelle Bohème; mais seulement pour désigner une sorte de vagabonds qui courent le pays, disant la bonne aventure et dérobant avec adresse.
Le tartuffe oubliait aussi de signaler la guerre de Sécession [1861-1865] [1.5 millions de morts ?]
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