v. (1) to write his own signature on a document, including an “X” of an illiterate person or a physically disabled person, provided that the mark is duly attested in writing under the name “Eddie Jones, his trademark”. A lawyer who is actually authorized to act by proxy for another person may sign for the person giving the power of attorney, but must identify the signature as “by his or her actual lawyer George Goodman.” 2) to communicate through sign language. (See: mark, subscribe) There was only one other obstacle between the Indians and the $3.4 billion the government paid them: Congress that had to sign the agreement. ANNEX G – SIGN-OFF FORM FOR PROJECT RESULTS The services submitted to the State for verification in accordance with the payment plan approved for delivery must be accompanied by a delivery form with the corresponding sections completed by the contractor. Announce the end of a communication, especially a show. For example, there is no one now; The channel disconnected for the night. [c. 1920] Assuming that Mr Barak and Mrs Livni sign the entire agreement – which they have not yet done – their main task will be to get the ultra-Orthodox Shas party on board in order to win a majority in Parliament.
The separation PayPal is expected to be completed in the second half of 2015, provided that all regulatory authorities sign the agreement. 73 ff.; See General 8 Toull. No. 94-96; 1. Dall. 64; 5 Whart. R. 386; 2 B. &P 238; 2 M.
&p. 286. 3. To sign a judgment is to render a judgment, for lack of something that had to be done; like for example. B in English practice, if the person who is required to give oyer does not exist within the required period, the opposing party may sign a judgment against him in such cases. . . .