President Obama has signaled that he would not be opposed to vetoing CISPA, should it come to his desk.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell have signaled an openness to lifting bans that make schools gun-free zones.
Today President Obama signaled what he would do in this situation.
Mrs. Kennedy, interpreting the gist of the exchange, signaled to White that Camelot must be kept in the text.
Baker's failure to deliver a stern warning to Baghdad may have signaled to Saddam that he could proceed.
But the required gain had been made, and Phil signaled for another try at the Boxer Hall line.
"They have signaled the Wilmington to intercept her," exclaimed Clif.
Tully drank every drop and signaled for another cup, which Bob procured immediately.
But the goal was too near for them to stop, and he signaled for more steam.
Then looking about in search of help, he saw the marionette, whose head was out of the water, and signaled to him to come ashore.
late 14c., "visible sign, indication," from Old French signal, seignal "seal, imprint, sign, mark," from Medieval Latin signale "a signal," from Late Latin signalis (adj.) "used as a signal, pertaining to a sign," from Latin signum "signal, sign" (see sign (n.)). Restricted sense "agreed-upon sign (to commence or desist, etc.) is from 1590s. Meaning "modulation of an electric current" is from 1855.
"remarkable, striking, notable" ("serving as a sign"), 1640s, from French signalé, past participle of signaler "to distinguish, signal" (see signal (n.)).
1805, "to make signals to," from signal (n.). Related: Signaled; signaling. Earlier verb was signalize (1650s).