Radio and Television. the opening salutation, station identification, etc., at the beginning of the broadcast day.
an act or instance of signing on.
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How to use sign-on in a sentence
The small number can be attributed to the fact that the men, like the assembly, had to sign-on without knowing their destiny.The Road to Independence: Virginia 1763-1783 | Virginia State Dept. of Education
British Dictionary definitions for sign on
(tr) to hire or employ
(intr) to commit oneself to a job, activity, etc
(intr) British to register as unemployed with the Department of Social Security
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Other Idioms and Phrases with sign-on
Enlist oneself as an employee, as in Arthur decided to sign on with the new software company. [Late 1800s]
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