“Signatory” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Protests Carry Risk Even When They’re Justified →
“A public health response to these demonstrations is also warranted, but this message must be wholly different from the response to white protesters resisting stay-home orders,” the signatories declared.
· No issue of lapsed time in filing gratification charges in SRC trial, prosecution tells Najib’s defence →
“We submitted that when the monies are finally given to SRC International which Datuk Seri had an interest, it could be siphoned off at any time when the need arose as Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil was a director and also a signatory of SRC International’s bank account,” Sithambaram said in his reply.
· SRC trial: Najib’s lawyer says defence effort hampered by complexities caused by circumstances, personalities involved →
The lawyer then contended that SRC International’s practice of maintaining two groups of authorised signatories meant it was possible that one was ignorant of the other’s existence and actions related to the company’s finances.
· Hydroxychloroquine no better than placebo for COVID-19: clinical trial →
Boulware was one of the signatories of an open letter from doctors that called attention to potential problems with that study.
· 'Farcical': Drug testers the only exception to AFL's strict quarantine rules →
The AFL has no authority over ASADA testers, as they belong to a federal government body, and as a WADA signatory, the league must comply with the authority's testing protocols.
The Wall Street Journal
· Companies Push for More Access to Mail-In Voting →
Corporations ranging from consumer-goods giant Unilever to eyewear maker Warby Parker are among the signatories.
· Coronavirus: Five-month-old Brazilian ‘miracle’ baby recovers after spending 32 days in coma →
A movement calling itself Movimento Estamos Juntos (We Are Together Movement) published a manifesto in multiple newspapers, with 1,600 initial signatories pledging to put aside political divisions to resist Bolsonaro.
· SRC Trial: Najib aware RM42m he spent not proceeds of Arab donation, says prosecutors in final submission →
In the final submissions of Najib’s RM42 million SRC International Sdn Bhd trial, ad-hoc prosecutor Datuk V. Sithambaram moved to strike out the case presented by Najib’s lawyers during their submission when they argued that the former prime minister should escape conviction as the transactions concerning his bank accounts were handled by authorised signatories.