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to be the author of (a published work or works)

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to confine within a limited area

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Napolitano along with Chairman Valencia put pen to paper to make the Pascua Yaqui gaming compact official.
Mogga and assistant Mark Venus put pen to paper on a new 12-month rolling contract which will take effect from July 2007, when their current deal expires.
The Latics are believed to have paid Crystal Palace pounds 3million for the centre-back, who has put pen to paper on a four-year deal.
McSheffrey is currently on holiday and will put pen to paper on his new contract on his return.
Martin O'Neill made Balde an offer two weeks ago but the 29-year-old defender has refused to put pen to paper.
The 19-year-old agreed to put pen to paper last week after an excellent first season in the UK.
Adams is expected to finally put pen to paper on an improved and extended deal with the Foxes.
But once you've put pen to paper they turn into litle dictators who want nothing to do with you.
When Golis ``decided things were going to hell in this country,'' he put pen to paper and came up with ``A Day in the Life of Jay Peter Sweetly,'' published in 1974.
I was extremely impressed with the Worldwide Church of God's insistence on convening numerous small community meetings before we even put pen to paper.
The 25-year-old put pen to paper on a threeyear contract yesterday and is in the squad for today's visit to Hull City.
The former Wales international striker put pen to paper on the deal at The Hawthorns having discussed the move with Albion manager Bryan Robson.
The 31-year-old put pen to paper last night after visiting the city and meeting with club officials and next season's head coach Mike Umaga.
PETER Kennedy will put pen to paper on a contract at Peterborough in a fortnight.
The actor-turned-rock-star put pen to paper with Warner Brothers after they took up the option of bringing the DC Comics character to the big screen.