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  • n. Plural form of signaling.


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  • But they want the nearly postwar luxury this week of buying an electric train set for the kid, trying that way each to light his own set of sleek little faces here, calibrating his strangeness, well-known photographs all, brought to life now, oohs and aahs but not yet, not here in the station, any of the moves most necessary: the War has shunted them, earthed them, those heedless destroying signalings of love.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • The white crests of the waves which galloped alongside flaked the darkness with ominous signalings.

    Blow The Man Down A Romance Of The Coast - 1916

  • "Two more minutes," said The Duke, "would have done for Joe, for I could never have reached him; but, in spite of my most frantic warnings and signalings, right into the face of that mad, bellowing, thundering mass of steers rode that little girl.

    The Sky Pilot, a Tale of the Foothills


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