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sigla

(?s?ɡl?)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the list of symbols used in a book, usually collected together as part of the preliminaries
[Latin: plural of siglum, diminutive of signum sign]
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sigla

- The words for signs and abbreviations representing words.
See also related terms for signs.
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14-15), the sigla have been inverted so that the line numbering of each version of the text refers to the wrong manuscript.
La alteraciones estructurales son confirmadas muchas veces por tecnicas de citogenetica molecular, como la hibridacion fluorescente in situ (FISH, por su sigla en ingles) e hibridacion genomica comparativa que permite la deteccion de anormalidades submicroscopicas (no visibles en el cariotipo).
Donati sometimes, one feels, protests too much on behalf of a rather middling sort of humanist -- no Valla he, nor even a Leto -- and the physical presentation of the book could certainly have been improved (the plates, too few in truth, are not keyed to the text, the sigla of the MSS considered are tucked away [17] without mention of what the texts are, etc.).
A esa desconflanza de los gobernados hacia los gobernantes, que culmina con las revoluciones independentistas de Latinoamerica en el sigla XIX, sucede una etapa de liberalismo que no ilega a cuajar y luego un intento de reivindicar el papel del Estado en el XX, con el apogeo de las nocianes marxistas y el idearia de la Revolucion Mexicana.
(Unfortunately, the museum sigla are not given in the abbreviations.) The third part (pp.