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She pointed toward the door, signifying that we were to go with her.

An answer was returned, signifying that the Prince's commands should be obeyed.

At last one of them made a motion to his mouth, signifying they were "hungry."

He then held up two, signifying that the Father should not be divided from the Son.

The name "formic" is derived from the Latin formica, signifying ant.

On this account it was given the name argon, signifying lazy or idle.

Mist, a contraction of commission, signifying a shirt, smock or sheet.

The speaker's tone appealed to Jewel as signifying a grievance.

Imperious was a more ancient term, signifying the same as imperial.

The German closed his eyes, signifying that he did not understand.

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