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Vignette

A symbol or pictorial representation of the corporation on a stock certificate. Usually a complicated and artistic design, it is meant to make the counterfeiting of stock certificates as difficult as possible.

Vignette

A picture or symbol on a stock certificate or unit of cash that is difficult to copy, making counterfeiting less likely. For example, the dollar bill has a picture of George Washington on the front and a number of other symbols. These are all vignettes.
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Vinette said: "Although he did well in the 100 metres the 200 metres is his race, it's his favourite.
from left) Sian Reeves, Alex Kingston, Christine Bottomley, and Vinette Robinson.
Sian, left, with Hope Springs co-stars Alex Kingston, Vinette Robinson and Christine Bottomley.
David says this year's party once again will be held at L'Auberge Vinette Haute, a restaurant 30 minutes outside the city limits, and will fete about 200 partygoers intent on celebrating their Cannes-ness and Image's 10-year anniversary.
VIOLENCE Z With Vinette Robinson PLAUDITS J Michael Sheen
VINETTE ROBINSON (JOSIE PORRITT) Cast out by her middle-class family who refused to accept her homosexuality on religious grounds.
So to speed up the real-life bonding process Alex and co-stars Sian Reeves, Christine Bottomley and Vinette Robinson hit a Glasgow bar, ordered lots of champagne and talked loudly about drugdealing for FOUR hours.
Hope Springs stars Alex Kingston, Sian Reeves, Christine Bottomley and Vinette Robinson as four female ex-cons who go on the run in the Highlands after stealing pounds 5million for one of their husbands - himself a gangster.