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affix (one's) signature to

To sign one's name to something, such as a document. Jason reads every contract thoroughly before affixing his signature to the bottom of it. Once you affix your signature to this last document, you'll be the owner of a brand-new car!
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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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References in classic literature ?
The referees at once gave it as their decided opinion that the business could not be legally proceeded with, under the letter W., and in all probability it would have stood over for one day at least, had it not been for the prompt, though, at first sight, undutiful behaviour of Sam, who, seizing his father by the skirt of the coat, dragged him to the counter, and pinned him there, until he had affixed his signature to a couple of instruments; which, from Mr.
Last February 14, he affixed his signature to Republic Act 11215 or the National Integrated Cancer Control Act.
He added that the he affixed his signature to 261 exemption certificates.
There was also due diligence done by the legal minds of the executive department before the President affixed his signature to RA 11054," Dureza said.
The President also affixed his signature to measures renewing the franchise of Subic Broadcasting Corp., Filipinas Broadcasting Association, Beta Broadcasting System and Gateway UHF Television Broadcasting Inc.
Official Vatican news organs have reported that Pope Francis has affixed his signature to a decree affirming the "venerable" status of Metropolitan Archbishop Andrey Sheptytsky.
Surrounded by a crowd of cheering religious conservatives and GOP faithful rounded up by Texas Republican Party officials, Perry affixed his signature to two measures, one requiring girls under the age of 18 to acquire parental consent before obtaining an abortion and another certifying a ballot initiative banning same-sex marriage next year.
When President Bush affixed his signature to the No Child Left Behind Act on January 8, 2002, he arguably brought to life the most important piece of federal education legislation since 1965.
Nathan Noland, president of the Indiana Coal Council, told Coal Age after O'Bannon affixed his signature to Senate Bill (S.B.) 29.