Prosecutors said the captor made his friend sign
papers admitting that he owed him money and would pay upon his release from the house.
An excellent friend sign
for you this season is Sagittarius.
To get around this law--and deceive the general public--some facilities will request that a family member or friend sign
an admission agreement as a "responsible party." The family member or friend generally signs the agreement, usually in the mistaken belief that "responsible party" means "contact person in case of an emergency." In fact, buried in the admission agreement somewhere is a definition of "responsible party" as one who understands that he or she cannot be required to become financially liable, but nevertheless "volunteers" to assume full financial responsibility for the resident's nursing facility expenses.
Your friend signs
up and shops for any of the 1.5 million items available for purchase.
Prance told the court how his close friend signed
over his family home while being treated for stage four kidney failure.
The husband was unable to refinance the house, and in an attempt to obtain a mortgage modification, a notary friend signed
the ex-wife's name, in front of the lawyer and without her permission, to the application and notarized it.
Last year, Okwuchi appeared on NBC's America's Got Talent after a friend signed
her up for an audition.
My best guy friend signed
us up for a star walk where we'd learn about the constellations.
A friend signed
her up to coach the new Caledonian women's rugby club.
a new four-year deal at the Riverside and insists the new boys can be happy with a share of the spoils.
As the Wired columnist Clive Thompson reminded me, it was perhaps the first popular iteration of this system: a creaking door noise to notify you when a friend signed
on, and a door slamming when he or she left.
Things continue to look hopeless - until her best friend signs
them up to do the Moonwalk, the 26-mile charity walk around London in aid of breast cancer.