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That's high sign as in the iconic neon landmark on top of the White Stag building in the city's old town.
A 3ft high sign stood in the garden of Daviot Church manse.
Chelsea are the superior team but are badly missing their wide players and Liverpool have had the high sign on their London rivals in recent games.
The 3ft high sign is dwarfed by its famous 50ft tall Californian cousin, which was created in 1923.
The mishap happened when the star's dad Dickie unveiled a 10ft high sign renaming the terminal George Best Belfast City Airport.
HIRE a billboard for the day and your beloved can't possibly help to notice `will you marry me?' on a 20- ft high sign.
Among the albums often cited by critics is "This Land," a pair of recordings of music he composed for three silent Buster Keaton films: "The High Sign," "One Week" and "Go West."
Not only has Under-19 captain Scott High signed a new contract which will keep him at the club until the summer of 2020, but the Academy sides are also in good form.
The 5-foot-11, 200-pound running back from Aloha High signed with Oregon in 2013 after setting the state record with 3,415 rushing yards and 43 touchdowns as a senior, including a record-setting 643 yards and 10 touchdowns in one game.
When we drive, we are moving at 60 kilometers an hour, and the visual landscape is designed for such-large billboards, wide streets, high signs which can be viewed from far away.
"Our latest survey marks a year of record high signs of business growth and record low business distress, and there are also signs that these growth indicators are also starting to become more balanced.
R3 Midlands chairman Richard Philpott, a partner at KPMG in the region, said: "This latest survey marks a year of record high signs of business growth and record low business distress.
The four-feet high signs have a green and red triangle and include the warning to motorists `Caution, red squirrels crossing'.