[ sig-nuh-cher, -choo r ]SEE DEFINITION OF signatures
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These should be sworn statements, and should bear the signatures of at least three of the directors.

It was a long list of signatures and an alarming total of indebtedness.

Witness our signatures, this the 15th day of December, 1901.

It was the number of women's signatures which enabled the mayor to order the election.

It is full of signatures of great artists, even of kings and queens and poets.

There are no other signatures of suffragan or inferior bishops attached.

She brought with her a petition addressed to Aguinaldo, said to bear about 3,000 signatures.

There followed, written in ink, a considerable number of signatures.

Among these we have discovered a document bearing the signatures of Jeff.

The absence of figures at the top of the pages, and of signatures at the foot.