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signature block

- The typed or printed name and title of a person appearing below a signature at the bottom of a letter, e-mail, etc.
See also related terms for signature.
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Smith served up six straight points, including two sick aces, and Bird had both a trademark kill and a signature block as the Du Quoin High School volleyball team put away Chester 25-20, 25-14 in the championship match of the Du Quoin 2A Regional.
Available in 6", 8", 9" and 12" sizes, the set includes a chisel, bow tie, half-square triangle and signature block shaped dies as well as cutting mat, pattern book and instructional DVD.
It may seem harmless for a legislator-attorney to use the honorifics "senator" or "representative" in a court document's signature block, but some conflict-of-interest statutes explicitly forbid the use of official titles in judicial proceedings.
Shirin Hassan presented her signature block print collection titled 'The Colour Block'.
Moore also added he believed the "initials, as well as the date under the signature block and the printed name of the restaurant, are written in a style inconsistent with the rest of the yearbook inscription."
An example is the signature block on the Los Angeles Department of Building Safety (LADBS) Green Form 21 Basis of Design (Figure 1).
An email signature block may be a sufficient "signature" under applicable state law.
Spillias said the Bar knows of one "seasoned attorney" who was offered marketing and a support service contract and suddenly found the company he engaged with sending emails under his signature block and affixing his name as the attorney of record in a number of cases.
Initially, I thought adding "CCN" to my signature block would give me an advantage over my coworkers.
Including email "would be to have the BrokerCheck link in the signature block of the email.
Why not give them a website to review and an email address (which is in the signature block) to use and make it more personal with a "contact me"?
* A typed name (e.g., typed at the end of an electronic record or typed into a signature block on a website form by a signer);