from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Any form of clear lettering designed to be used on signs
- n. The art or process of writing signs.
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Chloe Geoghegan showed us her lovely embroidered naive signwriting.
The most interesting thing I learned from this very exceptional woman (who is deaf since birth and has two hearing children), and spoke like you and I, was a special request she made, that cell phone manufacturers integrate “dactylology” or signwriting, the digital version of sign language which is widely available for computer keyboards.
Apart from thousands of citizens, transport companies are also joining the protest with one company signwriting a huge curtain-sided trailer with a message to President Nelson Mandela to take the lead against crime.
"The truck had signwriting down the sides of the trailers that it was towing."
From this man and by laborious study and practice in his spare time, aided by a certain measure of natural ability, the boy acquired a knowledge of decorative painting and design, and graining and signwriting.
Mrs Nightingale said it had cost $282 to replace the door and she expected to lay out a further $180 to have the signwriting applied to the new glass.
So I'll just change the signwriting on me white van ...