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affix

(a′fiks″) [L. affixus, fastened to]
An element attached to a word that alters its meaning, e.g., a prefix or a suffix.
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The aims and Objectives of these bills are to control hate speeches, slogans through wall chalking and affixing hoardings, illegal weapons and keep the data of rented buildings for security and safety of masses.
It would entail affixing tax stamps on liquor, similar to an ongoing program on tobacco, "to ensure the collection of correct excise taxes on alcohol products" under the Sin Tax Reform Law.
The acquisition of Brandt Affixing, a long-time Abbott resource, will provide both companies new capabilities and increased convenience for customers.
In a poignant tribute to a young man with so much potential, but whose life was taken from him last June at the age of 30, The Migdol Organization honored Kris Talese Bellamkonda by affixing a plaque in his honor to the fagade of the company's headquarter building at 2280 Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Return preparers using one of these alternative means are personally responsible for affixing their signatures to returns or extension requests.
Preparers using one of these alternatives are personally responsible for affixing their signatures to returns or extension requests.
Healthcare documentation requires that an author take responsibility for the entry by affixing a signature.