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signing

a specific set of manual signs used to communicate with deaf people
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And that tongue which had composed so many holy words in praise of the Creator, uttered its last words while he was in the act of signing himself with a cross, and recommending himself into His hands.
She still had the pen in her hand, but she made no approach to signing her name with it.
If I have a scruple about signing my name to an engagement of which I know nothing, why should you visit it on me so severely?
I only refer to it at all, because it decided me to oppose her signing the parchment, whatever the consequences might be, unless she was first made acquainted with the contents.
Of all the people involved in originating mortgages, notary signing agents--the independent contractors who conduct mortgage signings--received little attention.
LSI Corporation and First American Mortgage Services)--with the National Notary Association (NNA) serving as adviser--met throughout 2013 to create the first set of recommended best-practice standards for notaries handling loan signings.
5m Total Signings Five Top signings: Simon Mignolet (right, PS9.
Maury Brown has details for each signing through rounds 1-5 on the final day of signings, and compares them to MLB's recommended slots.
However, it is a requirement for any Notary handling loan signings for the participating major firms--and for other firms who follow their lead in the future.
Terry Pratchett said he's had signings where no one turns up.
After signing the bill into law, Jackson wrote a special message to Congress indicating that he had signed the bill with the understanding that the authorized road was not to extend beyond the Michigan Territory (Jackson 1830).
A recent debate about the Bush administration's use of presidential signing statements has raised questions about their function, legality, and value.