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  • n. Plural form of signmaker.


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  • Also, since the right was so adamant that the signs announcing these projects were wasteful (although I assume that some signmakers were glad for the work!) how do people even know if there is a project in their town or not?

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  • I heard on NPR that signmakers are doing well, making “Going out of business” signs.

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  • Despite being one of the last of the hand-lettered signmakers, Gonzales acknowledged he'll probably learn to use a computer soon.

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  • Graphic design is a collaborative process between a client and a designer in conjunction with producers of form (i.e., printers, programmers, signmakers, etc.) to convey a specific message to a targeted audience. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • Developers and signmakers eager to preserve a piece of their work gradually began donating the signs to the collection. Top headlines

  • SignGo Lite is ideal for use by anyone that wants to drive a cutting plotter, signmakers and sign making companies, model makers, graphic designers and hobbyists.

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  • Also of particular value to signmakers will be a new dual strategy combining roughing with an end-mill and V-bit carving.

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  • Given their placement along the right side of the sign, it would have been just as easy for the signmakers to align the characters vertically thus:

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  • Apparently Japanese signmakers aren’t the only ones with a hilarious mastery of English.

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  • The signmakers really meant to say “We don’t support you, your life sucks!”

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