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I have studied some of these signatures so much that I know them as well as the bank cashier knows the autograph of his oldest customer.
Now take these two pantographs of B's autograph, marked five months and seven months.
Now then," said Wilson, "I have here the natal autographs of the two children--thrown up to ten times the natural size by the pantograph, so that anyone who can see at all can tell the markings apart at a glance.
Here, thrown up ten sizes, are the natal autographs of the two persons who are here before you accused of murdering Judge Driscoll.
We will return to the infant autographs of A and B.
16 June 2016 - US-based hotel company Marriott International's (NASDAQ: MAR) Autograph Collection Hotels portfolio has acquired properties in the Florida Keys, New Orleans, Michigan and The Netherlands, the company said.
Autograph Collection Hotels director sales & marketing Vivienne La Page told Hotelier Middle East during Arabian Travel Market: "We are just about to announce our 100 th hotel, although we talk about each one of our hotels being an experience, so it's our 100 th experience that we are able to offer our customers.
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Elvis Presley was a cultural phenomenon, much like The Beatles, and there are still thousands of fans seeking an authentic autograph of "The King.
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Twelve-year-old Ahmad (name changed upon request) has been getting numerous calls since he advertised to sell his Maradona autograph on Al Waseet, a weekly paper that publishes classified advertisements for free.
For some time, the father-son team has talked about how great it would be to have an information system to manage their HOF autograph collection.