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a way of writing your name which is special to you and can be recognised as yours by other people

a special authentication code such as a password which a user gives to prove his or her identity before accessing a system or before the execution of a task

a sentence or paragraph used to end e-mail messages and comments posted on the Internet. Normally a signature should be short -- no more than four lines -- and might include a short advertisement for your services and your e-mail address.

a printed sheet, folded into 16, 32 or 64 pages. Abbr sig (NOTE: The folded set of printed pages is technically speaking a ‘section’, while the ‘signature’ is the identifying number or letter on it. However, ‘signature’ is commonly used to mean the set of pages themselves.)



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