times sign

noun

Definition of times sign

: the symbol × used to indicate multiplication

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Cost is $105 per quarter, plus a $25 one-time sign-up fee. Andre Meunier, oregonlive.com, "Oregon beer this week: Prost’s pilsner throwdown, Portland Brewing’s 2nd ‘weird’ release, plus events," 9 Aug. 2019 And while most of the time signing up for these rewards programs are free, the high-tier ones typically come with a high annual fee, which can ultimately negate your savings. Glamour, "Here's How to Make the Absolute Most Out of Your Credit Card Points," 19 Apr. 2019 But DeMarcus Lawrence wasted no time signing his franchise tag that will pay him $17.143 million this season. Drew Davison, star-telegram, "Why'd DeMarcus Lawrence sign Cowboys tag? "DeMarcus does what DeMarcus want to do" | Fort Worth Star-Telegram," 24 May 2018 Paul Gable started a small-time sign-painting operation as a teenager in his parents’ Pasadena backyard in 1980, and has since built it into a national firm that provides digital signage to Disney, Under Armour and Universal Studios. Colin Campbell, baltimoresun.com, "Five minutes with Paul Gable, founder of Gable Co., national signage firm," 18 May 2018 Thank you @stunt4president for taking the time signing this on such a busy night!!! Jeneé Osterheldt, kansascity, "Kevin Hart hearts his portrait by KC celebrity artist: 'One of the best gifts ever' | The Kansas City Star," 2 May 2018 In addition to a one-time sign on bonus of $800,000, Mr. Okray will receive a base salary of $700,000 with the opportunity to earn a bonus of up to 90% of his base salary. Imani Moise, WSJ, "Grainger Recruits Advance Auto Parts CFO," 3 Apr. 2018 Two Ohio Department of Education investigations found that many students at the 12,000 student school, who take classes from home on computer, spent little time signed on to ECOT's online system and barely participated in their classes. Patrick O'donnell, cleveland.com, "ECOT closure brings cheers - and howls that the state wouldn't budge," 20 Jan. 2018 But sources close to the situation doubt that will happen because Cousins could take his time signing the tender and thus hold up a trade, and a new team might not want to offer much for a player under contract for one season. cleveland.com, "AJ McCarron 'would've loved' Browns trade, plus buzz on Nick Foles, Kirk Cousins and other QBs," 8 Feb. 2018

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1948, in the meaning defined above

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times sign

noun

English Language Learners Definition of times sign

: the symbol × that is used to show that two numbers are to be multiplied

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