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electronic signature

A method of sending identity verification over the Internet,usually through the use of a personal identification number (PIN).

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HOUSTON (4) _ Signed Luke Gregerson, rhp, Oakland, to an $18.
Creative Sewing signed a lease at Sprout Brook Shopping Center on Route 17 in Paramus.
Red Wings moves: The Detroit Red Wings signed defenseman Andy Delmore and re-signed forwards Jason Williams and Darryl Bootland to one-year contracts.
DETROIT (3) _ Signed Joe Nathan, rhp, Texas, to a $10 million, two-year contract; signed Rajai Davis, of, Toronto, to a $10 million, two-year contract; signed Joba Chamberlain, rhp, New York Yankees, to a $2.
Quest Diagnostics has signed a lease on Route 53 in Denville, N.
The instructions to Form 1120 reiterate the Code requirement that the return must be signed by a corporate officer.
Mental Health Association has signed a 10-year, 7,000 SF lease at 157 Chambers St.
Although he did not sign Form 870, the representative signed an additional Form 872 on Aug.
Some investigators, including Corina's group, theorize that the left hemisphere deals specifically with the grammar and syntax of human language; others argue that the left side governs signed and spoken language by controlling the muscles employed in speaking and making signs, including such nonlinguistic gestures as waving good-bye; and a third proposal holds that the left hemisphere directs the expression and comprehension of symbols in general, not just those found in language.
has signed a 130,000 SF sublease at 2005 Orville Drive North in Ronkonkoma, N.
If I was staff and the City Council had made a deal with Disney and signed the deal, who do we appeal this to?
with damage to the parietal region next to the frontal lobe, engages in animated and grammatically correct signed conversations but often fails to specify whom or what she is referring to and has difficulty understanding the signed communication of others.