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  • v  provide with traffic signals
    signalize a busy intersection
  • v  communicate silently and non-verbally by signals or signs
  • v  point out carefully and clearly
  • v  make conspicuous or noteworthy

  • They were all going to Hull-House to celebrate what Founder Jane Addams called the institution's "twice twentieth anniversary" (actually the 41st) and also to signalize Founder .
  • Last week the Post's frantic efforts for circulation included: A spectacle to signalize the Denver auto show: "The next thing on the Denver Post's free amusement program, ladies .
  • To signalize the definite success of his administration, King Albert's last act as "dictator," last week, was to cancel a sheaf of emergency taxes, notably the 10% tax on .

  • Walter Lippmann in Sun.Star
    The function of news,wrote Walter Lippmann, "is to signalize an event; the function of truth is to bring to light the hidden facts, to set them into relation with each other, and make a picture of reality on which men can act."

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