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- n. The act of concluding a contract, especially by an athlete or entertainer with a company.
- n. A player signed by a sporting organization.
- v. Present participle of sign.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. language expressed by visible hand gestures
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In 2002, when Sullivan was 15, things took what seemed to be a queen-size leap forward - an A&R rep from Jive Records caught one of Sullivan's Lily performances, which led to the label signing the then-sophomore to a deal.
If the signing is at a convention, bring whatever you want.
The Phillies said the signing is a counterpoint to remarks by Scott Rolen questioning the team's commitment to winning.
Having been fortunate enough to have seen Sevendust on a quite a few different occasions in my life, including their label signing debut in Los Angeles back in 1996, I was looking forward to their Wednesday night's sold out performance at the Black Sheep.
The "signing" is an interesting way of placing more certainty in CC0 content than was placed in (some) CC PD content.
A writer needs to make sure that the clerks and manager at the bookstore where the signing is being held are also treated with courtesy and respect.
The Sugarhouse signing is from 1-4, and Isaac Stewart (who did the maps and symbols for the Mistborn books) will be coming to sign your Mistborn books.
Yemeni authorities hunted suspects linked to the group, but released a female computer engineering student arrested Saturday, saying someone else had posed as her in signing the shipping documents.
Jim Henson's company 'Dreamworks' are reportedly interested in signing Mr Maki for a live-action version of the Muppets penciled for release in 2011.