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signer

(sī′nĕr)
A person who communicates using sign language.
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Signer ou non la convocation des electeurs pour les legislatives et les presidentielles
To determine signers understand what they are signing and their willingness to sign, notaries public observe the nuances of the signers' non-verbal communication because nonverbal communication tends to do the work of communicating emotions more than verbal.
Online quantitative surveys are an important example of a methodological tool that historically has proved inadequate for researchers working with deaf signers. Surveys are highly effective within the social sciences for generating large data sets and thus identifying significant trends.
Based on our schemes, we also propose an anonymous electronic voting system with proxy signer. By using the concept proposed in [29], we conduct security analyses and performance comparisons.
Usually a proxy blind signature scheme involves three parties: the original signer, the proxy signer and the verifier.
Signer accused Trump of running a campaign that attracted racist groups.
Signer offers the intriguing hypothesis that Madison's intermittent attacks were psychological rather than physical.
This is also how independent e-signatures are proven to be unique to each individual signer, and can be used to prove that a document has not been modified since signature.
Becoming Madison: The Extraordinary Origins of the Least Likely Founding Father, by Michael Signer. Public Affairs, 384 pages, $28.99
The Oregon Democracy Fund's complaint accused the recall campaign of using paid signature gatherers who weren't registered with the state, and of improperly circulating "single signer" sheets, which are intended to be filled out by voters by themselves without any help from a campaign signature gatherer.
TWO deaf sisters have hit out at a promoter for refusing to give them a signer at One Direction's Belfast show.
In an OMPCS protocol, every signer has a public and private key pair and can make a digital signature with the private key.