countersign


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Synonyms for countersign

a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group

a second confirming signature endorsing a document already signed

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add one's signature to after another's to attest authenticity

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In this line of thought, it has never been necessary for a Justice Minister to countersign such decrees because Justice Ministers do not have the power to question decisions of the President or the Vice President, if the prerogative has been devolved," Kovacheva reasoned.
that indigenous demeanours toward newcomers, however they were experienced, were always strategic--even if I cannot begin to fathom the reason--and that their textual inscription is yet another enigmatic countersign of indigenous agency' (p.
A midwifery-qualified student health visitor stated: 'My supervisor midwife and I must countersign a document stating that I am also practising as a midwife.
In addition, they said there is no provision in the master lease that requires the plaintiff to countersign anything.
The motion invoked the Illinois Supreme Court's original jurisdiction and sought an order compelling the secretary of state to countersign and affix the seal of the state to Mr.
News channel LCI gave a different version, saying Mrs Sarkozy saw a judge alone on Monday and the judge later visited the presidential Elysee Palace to give Mr Sarkozy a document to countersign.
At the very last moment Pope Benedict, who had not known about the spying charges when he appointed Wielgus as archbishop on December 6, stepped in and asked him to admit his error and resign his prospective post, realizing he would be a countersign to his country and to his Church for the remainder of his life.
Working with our Defense Security Assistance Development Center in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, DSCA formed a team consisting of personnel from the business processes IPT, policy, comptroller and information technology offices to develop a means to electronically send, distribute, review and countersign LOAs.
He said: "Under Scottish League requirements we have to countersign all Airdrie contracts.
There's a provision where the owner is supposed to countersign and return the lease to the tenant within 30 days of the owner's receipt of the renewal lease as signed by tenant.
County commissioners have already been instructed to countersign all contract certificates for government projects before contractors are paid.
The statement said her husband should also countersign such affidavit in acknowledgment of the contents of the affidavit.
The final section of frequently asked questions reinforces preceding chapters, addressing recurring and topical issues--what material should be shared, whether staff should countersign records and who owns each kind of record.