- convey or express a meaning
"What does his strange behavior signify?"
- make known with a word or signal
- What do those lights signify?
- What does this sign signify?
- What you think doesn't signify at all.
- Oranges signify a happy love, while lemons - an unrequited one.
- This is because you approach everything as a total person, with no loose ends hanging out to signify divided intentions.
- at least twenty-five members signify their objection,
- This procedure shall be applied unless at least 25 members signify their objection.
- The record shall be signed by the parties to signify their acceptance thereof.
- The EFTA States shall be requested to signify their agreement to the appropriate measures by 30 June 2004 at the latest.
- The ASCII value of the proper code as selected from table 4 shall be entered in this field to signify the impression type.
- The competent authorities of destination, dispatch and, where appropriate, transit shall signify their written consent by appropriately stamping, signing and dating the notification document or their copies thereof.
- The EFTA States shall be required to signify their agreement to the appropriate measures within one month of receipt of this letter.
- However, it does not signify that breweries located in Madeira that reach production in excess of that threshold would be in a sufficiently strong position to face up to competition from beers from mainland Portugal (or mainland Europe).
- The EFTA States shall be requested to signify their agreement within two months to the proposed appropriate measures as set out in the letter (see points 83 to 85 of the Guidelines).
- The EFTA States shall be informed by means of a letter, including a copy of this Decision and including the Annex. The EFTA States shall be required to signify their agreement to the appropriate measures within one month of receipt of this letter.