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Pin 65960 United States Edinburg
English (English) Español (Spanish)
don't drink the bath water Letreros en el RGV
Pin 6312 United States Waukegan
English (English)
used car lot
Pin 6824 United States Georgetown
English (English)
Pin 7336 United States Chicago
English (English)
shop sign
Pin 17320 United States Chapel Hill
English (English)
Parking Meter, West Franklin
Pin 86184 United States Davenport
Español (Spanish)
Spanish
Pin 24744 United States Tucson
Español (Spanish)
Pin 43432 United States Honolulu
Hawai‘i (Hawaiian) Hawai'i Creole (Hawaiian Creole English)
(HC) Domain: Silk-screened t-shirt Purpose: To convey a popular local expression. Audience: Locals who enjoy saying: "Aloha fo' days", locals who enjoy the color and branded manufacturer of the shirt. Printed: AAA cotton t-shirt Implied message: "Aloha" translates to a universal term in Hawaiian to "love". "Love (for days)" Multilingual Hawaiʻi
Pin 43944 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 51112 United States Boulder
English (English) Español (Spanish)
Submitted by: Isabel S. Colorado Spanish
Pin 5289 United States Broomfield
English (English) Español (Spanish)
Pin 6313 United States Waukegan
English (English) Español (Spanish)
used car lot
Pin 6825 United States Georgetown
English (English)
Pin 7337 United States Chicago
English (English) Lingua latina (Latin) Español (Spanish)
Pin 10153 United States Tucson
English (English) Español (Spanish)
Casa Molina Del Norte
Pin 17321 United States Chapel Hill
English (English)
University Baptist Church
Pin 26537 United States Cannon Beach
English (English)
No Parking This Side Of Street
Pin 43433 United States Honolulu
English (English) Hawai‘i (Hawaiian)
(HC) Domain: Sales sign at Hawaii's Finest LLC. Purpose: To denote the sale of tenor and concert ukuleles. Audience: Customers who are in the market to purchase an ukulele. Printed: Laminated paper sign Message: Ukuleles were brought to Hawaii by Portuguese settlers, and has been a cultural icon for the islands since. "Ukulele," is a Hawaiian term that translates to "Jumping flea," similar to the movement of the fingers across the ukulele's fretboard. Multilingual Hawaiʻi
Pin 43945 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 51113 United States Boulder
English (English) Español (Spanish)
Submitted by: Isabel S. Colorado Spanish