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Sign-off is the sequence of operations involved when a radio or television station shuts down its transmitters and goes off the air for a predetermined period; generally this occurs during the overnight hours. It is the opposite to a sign-on which usually takes place at the start of the day.
The numerical value of sign-off in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of sign-off in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of sign-off in a Sentence
And that was a major achievement, to get Russia and China to agree to sign off on these sanctions and enforce them.
There was a lot of goodwill by parties to get past this and sign off on the agreement.
Brazil has had a particularly significant impact on overall issuance as Petrobras used to be the single largest issuer in EM before the corruption scandal caused a delay in auditors to sign off on its 3Q 14 results.
California Assembly member Adam Gray:
A theme you are going to see develop over the summer is that elected officials need to be at the helm on this, the extent to which we're being asked to sign off on big extensions and a lot of money and let unelected bureaucrats decide where it's spent – that's not going to be happening anymore.
The Gawker case has no effect on celeb sex tapes. The Gawker case was a media outlet publishing a clip under the heading of news, the Gawker case has always been the case that ultimately the celebs have to sign off prior to release. The idea is to create a scenario where it makes sense for everybody involved whether financially or for publicity to allow the release. That will never change.
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