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The signatory or co-signatories to the document in question:‘we, the undersigned, wish to protest at the current activities of the company’
- ‘We the undersigned live in the area around Newchurch village and support the right to peaceful protest.’
- ‘We, the undersigned, wish to express to you our grave concern about the ongoing and unrelenting nature of the crisis in the country.’
- ‘We the undersigned wish to appeal to the sensibilities and careful deliberations of other County Councillors throughout County Sligo when considering this issue at a later date.’
- ‘Beyond this no further works should be undertaken without prior written authority from the undersigned, unless on the grounds of immediate safety.’
- ‘The pledge reads: ‘We, the undersigned, recognize that climate change is a serious global challenge, and that action to mitigate it must be taken by individuals.’’
- ‘Please contact the undersigned should you have any questions.’
- ‘I will send two fully numbered copies for you to sign under seal and return to the undersigned.’
- ‘Please do not hesitate to contact any of the above or the undersigned should you require any further assistance.’
- ‘This loan is payable in full on demand in the event of the sale of the house at 34 Blandford St. by the undersigned.’
- ‘We, the undersigned, commonly agree to share without prejudice or preference, all profits and/or income accruing from the sale, lease or performance of the aforementioned game show.’
- ‘We the undersigned demand that this Government take action to protect our children.’
- ‘Should you have any questions regarding our willingness to sell or any terms or conditions, please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned.’
Having appended one's signature to the document in question:‘I, the undersigned vendor, agree to the above offer’
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