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The petition encouraged signers to file a consumer complaint with the Washington State Office of the Attorney General.

Each investment will be voted on by all the collective’s key signers, some 36 in total, the majority of whom are female.

The letter didn’t lob criticism at any specific company or executive, and some of the corporate signers themselves previously did not take a public stance on the law.

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He noted that the university’s Homewood campus in Baltimore had been the site of a plantation held by Charles Carroll — a signer of the Declaration of Independence who enslaved people.

“I had unanimous support for my ‘Audit the Fed’ bill from Republicans, and Boehner was a co-signer,” he said.

Mike Signer on how America has overcome militant manias before.

Signer Costa was at the Festival in 1829, and he afterwards appeared on the stage at the Royal.

Philip Livingston, a signer and a strenuous advocate for the declaration of independence, died.

Thomas M'Kean died; a signer of the declaration, and governor of Pennsylvania.

Who is the purported signer of those notes, Exhibits Nos. 55, 56, and 66?

A little farder, Signer Vandal, and den may put you head into de window, and cash de wensh.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to signer, such as: endorser, signatory, sponsor, underwriter, and witness.

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