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shingle

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈʃɪŋɡl/ US
a sign outside the house or office of a doctor, lawyer, or other professional: A shingle hangs from his mail-box.
hang (out/up) a shingle to advertise your services or to start a business as a professional : Several independent advisers have hung a shingle on the internet. The two lawyers hung out their shingle in Miami in 1987.
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