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affix one's signature to something

to sign one's name on something. I affixed my signature to each of the documents.
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There is hardly a person in this room, white or black, whose natal signature I cannot produce, and not one of them can so disguise himself that I cannot pick him out from a multitude of his fellow creatures and unerringly identify him by his hands.
Can you either of you guess why the signature is wanted?
The order shall go signed in the same book," said Don Quixote, "and on seeing it my niece will make no difficulty about obeying it; as to the loveletter thou canst put by way of signature, 'Yours till death, the Knight of the Rueful Countenance.
A writer in a Pennsylvania paper, under the signature of TAMONY, has asserted that the king of Great Britain oweshis prerogative as commander-in-chief to an annual mutiny bill.
The figure was stiff; but the signature was good for more than that if it was only genuine.
When I had told him the facts and got his signature to the necessary papers, and had written a letter with them ready to post to Mr.
The work had been given me too late for signature last night, so it went before his Excellency this morning.
Yet, instead of affixing his signature to an official order, there sat the Lieutenant-Governor, so carefully scrutinizing the black waste of canvas that his demeanor attracted the notice of two young persons who attended him.
He accompanied this restitution with a most severe reprimand, during which Colbert contented himself with examining, feeling, even smelling, as it were, the paper, the characters, and the signature, neither more nor less than if he had to deal with the greatest forger in the kingdom.
Two previous poems had appeared in the "Broadway journal" over the signature of "A.
I cannot say that I do unless it were that he wished to be able to deny his signature if an action for breach of promise were instituted.
Andrea Debono-- the very signature of the traveller who farthest ascended the current of the Nile.
He took one, and beneath Jane Porter's signature he wrote:
The signature will tell you all, so that I need explain nothing, nor attempt to justify myself.
I see it plain enough on the order; but for the same reason that the king's signature may have been forged, so also, and with even greater probability, may M.