signer


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signer

(sī′nĕr)
A person who communicates using sign language.
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Second, our scheme is able to prevent the dishonest PKG from impersonating the signer to generate a valid mediated signature.
29,344) were named for two of the six signers who represented the state of Virginia - Thomas Nelson Jr.
My scriber, Lesley El Alami, played a big role in my time at university as did my signers, especially Leanne Routledge who was with me throughout my final year.
Much the same might be said for the volume honoring/memorializing Signer.
Actually, nine signers died during the war, but only one, Button Gwinnett, died from wounds--and those he suffered fighting a duel with a fellow officer.
Signer focuses on the material world as a kind of brute substance and brings into view that most evanescent of dimensions, the temporal.
However, not allowing third-party signers also dramatically changes current email practices.
Its status could change to "signed" upon review by the signer and evidence of explicit intention to sign the document, preferably through use of the signer's private key.
Pledge signers in Congress (currently 222 members of the U.
Evidence: A signature authenticates a written document by identifying the signer with the signed document.