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signify

slang To engage in a spoken-word contest with someone else in which both people trade boasts about themselves and insincere taunts about each other. Most common in African-American communities. A white friend of mine signifying with us at a party one time, but he left in a huff because he took all the insults to heart. Learning to signify with my friends and classmates was as big a part of my education as a school was when I was growing up.

signify

1. in. to cause trouble for fun; to stir things up. (Black.) What are all these cats signifying about anyway?
2. in. to try to look more important than one really is; to brag; to strut one’s stuff. (Black.) See that dude signify like somebody important?
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'Signify' will benefit from the University's expertise in assessment, related procedures, the content and certificates.
Signify emphasized its commitment to share its expertise and employ its capabilities as a partner of the University in the smart lighting technology.
But the city government is projecting to install 3,419 lights, as there are still other lighting projects, including the remaining lights from Signify, in the pipeline.
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President Ilham Aliyev praised the activities of representatives of Signify in Azerbaijan.
Employant 32 000 personnes dans le monde, Signify a realise en 2017 un chiffre d'affaires de 7 milliards d'euros et investi 354 millions d'euros en recherche et developpement.
Signify revealed that its certified value-added partner Uniled installed the lighting units over a six-month period, adding that a Pharos control system is used to manage the setup.
"Our relationship with Signify is critical to our Smart City Vision, as it addresses one of the most significant elements of the Smart City Infrastructure, which is Smart Lighting", added Fareed.
This year, Signify in the Philippines brought together multimedia influencer Kelly Misa-Fernandez, vitreo-retina surgeon Glenn Carandang, MD, MPH, and interior designer Cyndi Beltran, who discussed the use for the right lighting and proper eye care, allowing their respective families and communities to function better and live better.
As part of this agreement, Imtac will leverage over 125 years of Signify lighting experience and its newly launched Smart Lighting IoT platform, Interact, combining it with its own IoT based Smart City software and integration capabilities to be successfully deployed in the Sultanate and India.
Signify has already installed 34 million connected light points worldwide and plans for every new LED product it produces to be connectable by 2020.
KARACHI -- Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, will be showcasing a new Internet of Things (IoT) platform, called Interact, that will enable its professional customers to unlock the full potential of connected lighting for the IoT at the IEEEP 2018 fair.
By analyzing the data from our connected lights, devices and systems, our goal is to create additional value for our customers through data-enabled services that unlock new capabilities and experiences," said Asad Jafar, Country Leader of Signify's operations in Pakistan.
HONG KONG, May 16, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, has today launched its new company name, following the amendment of the company's articles of association changing its name from Philips Lighting N.V.
Colours of Candles: Despite being used for different occasions, candles also come in different colours that signify different aspects of Catholicism.