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affix (one's) signature to (something)

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 (something) to (something)

To stick or fasten something on another object. Please affix stamps to these envelopes and then drop them in the mailbox.
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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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affix something to someone or something

to fasten or attach something to someone or something. Please affix these tags to your luggage.
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"This is an ideal fit for us," comments Ed Brandt, former owner and managing partner of Brandt Affixing, "One that will ensure that our customers will continue to receive the exemplary service and highest quality that they have come to expect from Abbott Label and Brandt Affixing.
All signature systems have the following common features: Correct identification of the originator, the process of affixing a signature through software or keying-in with a specific code, and the requirement of non-changeability of the document after the signature has been affixed.
It would entail affixing tax stamps on liquor, similar to an ongoing program on tobacco, "to ensure the collection of correct excise taxes on alcohol products" under the Sin Tax Reform Law.
- Through insurance irrevocable and without affixing of constraints, released.
The company's P500 RFID affixing module affixes all transponder sizes, and operates at speeds up to 500 feet per minute.
The first portion comprises a first adhesive disposed on the first inner surface for permanently affixing the second inner surface to a complementary landing member.
Yet she has also arrested their journey by affixing them to the wall, placing them in stasis between life and death.
Merely affixing the museum's name to an object did not establish the requisite causal relationship with the museum's exempt purpose.