Signing may refer to:

  • Using sign language
  • Signature, placing one's name on a document
  • Signature (mathematics)
  • Manual communication, signing as a form of communication using the hands in place of the voice
  • Digital signature, signing as a method of authenticating digital information

Other articles related to "signing":

Michael Byrne (footballer Born 1985) - Career
... by Stockport and remained without a club until signing for Northwich Victoria in February 2005 ... He then spent some time at Stalybridge Celtic before signing for Thai club Nakhon Pathom, and was booked in his 8 March debut against Bangkok United in the first game of the 2009 season ... On 28 July 2010 He moved to Bangkok Glass after agreeing terms and signing a two and a half year contract, the contract has a ฿3 millions-(around £60,000) buy-out clause ...
Courtesy Signing
... A courtesy signing is a service provided to escrow, title, and mortgage companies to close real estate, refinance, and loan transactions ... or place is not convenient for one of the parties, then a courtesy signing' may be arranged, in which documents are forwarded to and signatures are taken by another office or party who is not handling the actual ... That office will perform a courtesy signing and return the signed documents to the California office for the closing ...
Carlos Lugo (baseball) - Signing
... On July 2, 2006, the Nationals signed Alvarez, then known as Esmailyn Gonzalez, as an international free agent ... He was given a $1.4 million signing bonus ...
Signing Ceremony
... A signing ceremony is a ceremony in which a bill passed by a legislature is signed (approved) by an executive, thus becoming a law ... Modern-day signing ceremonies are derived from ceremonies that occurred when the British monarch gave Royal Assent to acts of Parliament ... Signing ceremonies are an aspect of American politics ...