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  3. Nikolsky's sign - Wikipedia

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    Nikolsky's sign is a clinical dermatological sign, named after Pyotr Nikolsky (1858–1940), a Russian physician who trained and worked in the Russian Empire. The sign is present when slight rubbing of the skin results in exfoliation of the outermost layer.

  4. Dollar sign - Wikipedia

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    The sign is also generally used for the many currencies called "peso" (except the Philippine peso, which uses the symbol "₱"). The dollar sign, alone or in combination with other glyphs, is or was used to denote several currencies with other names, including: Brazilian cruzeiro (various currencies, all defunct): ₢$, Cr$, NCr$, etc.

  5. Sign extension - Wikipedia

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    Sign extension (abbreviated as sext) is the operation, in computer arithmetic, of increasing the number of bits of a binary number while preserving the number's sign (positive/negative) and value. This is done by appending digits to the most significant side of the number, following a procedure dependent on the particular signed number ...

  6. Ruble sign - Wikipedia

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    The ruble sign, ₽, is the currency sign used for the Russian ruble, the official currency of Russia. Its form is a Cyrillic letter Р with an additional horizontal stroke. [a] The design was approved on 11 December 2013 after a public poll that took place a month earlier.

  7. Book of Signs - Wikipedia

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    Some disagree with this list of seven signs. John Marsh and Stephen Smalley, amongst others, have suggested six initial signs (seeing the walking on the water as part of feeding the 5000, rather than a separate sign in itself), and that the seventh sign is the crucifixion of Jesus and the resurrection appearance to Thomas (20:26-29).

  8. Wikipedia:Why create an account? - Wikipedia

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    And once you have had an account for 30 days, and have made at least 500 edits, you will be allowed to edit extended protected pages! For a bit more detail, read on. Or, get started: sign up – contribute to the Wikipedia Project the way that you want to. Creating an account is quick and completely free.

  9. Create and manage third-party app passwords - AOL Help

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    Sign in to your AOL Account Security page. 2. Click Generate app password or Generate and manage app passwords. 3. Enter your app's name in the text field. 4. Click Generate password. 5. Follow the instructions below the password. - Be sure to enter the password into your app without any spaces. 6. Click Done.