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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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It is a constitutional prerogative of the President to grant pardons and these decrees do not require countersignatures but are sent for execution to the General Directorate "Execution of Penalties" at the Ministry of Justice," Kovacheva said in Parliament on Thursday, responding to questions of journalists.
Such essays are critical adaptations or, in Derridean terms, respectful countersignatures, which, in order to be inaugural, need a partial betrayal of the original work (Acts 69).
Services primarily concerned with the health and welfare of patients are VAT exempt, although other items like providing medical reports and passport application countersignatures are standard rated.
Italy), the requirement of countersignatures of cabinet decrees
Commitments to the state, as this language suggests and as we will soon see in much greater detail, emerge inextricably intertwined with commitments to a state-centric international cartography: As Derrida would have it, there are only countersignatures here.